• lets play "wh1ch download link is the real
one
FUN FACT real download links won’t move if
you drag them along with your mouse so If It
does drag it's an ad!!
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    • He speaks the language of the gods
      just4u111 16 jun
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    • If you’re downloading something from a website and it looks like this, don’t download it
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    • Hover your mouse over the picture and you can read the link it will send you to / the name of the file you will download if you click on it. The one in the meme works too but I often accidentally click the add.
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    • You get a sense for this shit. You can taste the fake links.
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    • It's the direct and torrent downloads at the top. You learn from experience which one is the real one and can tell just by looking at it lol
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    • When you hover your mouse over a download button you can see the url it will send you to befor you click on it
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    • Literally just hover over it and the URL appears at the bottom of Chrome. Bottom left corner. Ads will usually be easily distinguishable. 🤦🏽‍♂️ Some download links are “buttons,” which are images, which therefore can be dragged.
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    • Just scroll over it and look at the url in bottom right...ffs u stupid kids are supposed to be tech savvy
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    • In chrome you can hover over it, and the you'll see the link it's directing to in the bottom left corner
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    • Wrong: this only works on HTML buttons and actual links. If the official site uses an image as a download button then it is draggable. If you right-click a link and click “Copy Link Address” you can see where it leads to, and figure out if it’s safe or not.
      Simsnet 16 jun
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    • Wait! That's Moriarty?
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    • Thats not true at all lol. Its down to the web designers to make them do that or not
      VashDrag 16 jun
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    • If you have chrome when you hover over it a small dialogue box shows in the bottom left of the screen it will say google ads if it’s not the real deal
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    • Installing Minecraft mods back in the day
      Empyreus 16 jun
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    • Except that you can use an image as a button too.
      teh_rmac 16 jun
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    • Also when hovering over a "download link" at the bottom left hand corner of the window it should show a link if it says Google services it's an ad or some sort of popup
      whatfuck 16 jun
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    • Even better if u hold ur mouse over an ad it’s pops up a redirect url so if u have an iq higher than sea level than you can find ur way around the internet
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    • That isn’t even true lol you can drag them but if more than the download link drags you can see it’s an ad because it will drag things around it like pictures around it since it’s dragging the entire area of the ad
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    • I can usually just tell. Real links are often small, a simple color, and out of the way. The fakers are big, bold, and actively trying to get your attention.
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    • I always just looked at the path it was going to take me at the bottom left of the screen
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    • The green one is the real one. The file he is trying to download is a torrent. I know this because they show the number of seeders. Since it's a torrent, there would be a premium download or regular download since the size of a torrent file is at most a few mbs and would basically install instantly
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    • If you hover over a button or link, it’ll show the url at the bottom left of your browser screen, way easier to tell what you’re getting directed to.
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    • Or just install Adblock
      __A_ 16 jun
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    • Just hold it over the button for a second and look in the bottom left and read the link it's taking you to.
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    • Also if you hover over it in the bottom left hand corner it will show you where the link leads to. If it's to a different website then it's an ad
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    • Actually you can just hover your mouse over any icon and look at the bottom left corner of the screen. If it says “googleadservices” it’s an ad. Most likely a malware ad.
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    • Could just hover over it and see what it says it's linked to? It says the web address of a link in the bottom left corner of your screen when you hover
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    • Or u can hover over it to check the link
      ItzMighty 16 jun
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    • No. You can’t always trust that. Always hover above what link you are clicking to see what website it brings to the left corner, that’s how you know if something’s legit.
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    • You can also just hover your mouse over the link and if it goes to a complex url that isn’t from the website you’re on then it’s fake
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    • If you have to ask that question you've not been torrenting long enough
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    • "Download this torrent" is the correct one.
      SS5Dejan 20 jun
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    • Or you could just install an ad blocker for free....
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    • I wish I knew this in 2009
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    • All web stack devs know that this is terrible advice and is not always true
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    • Or just look to see what one says “ad” above them
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    • Or hover it with your mouse and look at the bottom itll show what the link of the download is and if it says download at the end of the url it's the right one
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    • Or just get an adblocker
      BrownMilk 16 jun
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    • It’s called Adblock
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    • Also works if you right click. If it says "open image" it's an ad
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    • Or just don't be an idiot. I've never had a problem telling a fake one from a real one. Usually real ones are low resolution and incredibly big. The one you wanna look for is the one that's made of text.
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    • They also have a "hit box" only te size of the button. So if you are next to it and your mouse turns into a clicky finger, it's an add
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    • I do not envy those without Adblock
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    • if you’re dumb enough to click on a fake download button, you deserve the virus you get
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    • That's not true anyway lol, depends on the css coding for each
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    • I just look for the “x” in the corner
      Rockos 16 jun
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    • Not true though
      Atlas683 16 jun
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    • Also real download buttons fit in with the theme of the page most of the time
      ApricotIF 16 jun
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    • <a href="#"><img src="downloadbutton.png" /></a> This is a moveable download button for people who aren't retarded
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    • Google chrome you can hover over it and you can read the URL and you can usually tell
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    • Fmovies for y'all trying to find a good site to stream movies for free :)
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    • (Every button drags) oh shit
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    • You can keep your cursor over the link to show what website it leads to in the bottom corner. If it's something like adclick then it's a fake download.
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    • The joke is that he is saving us from fake download buttons
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    • Wtf is the difference between a premium download and a regular download? Does premium include a laughing skull gif with the virus?
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    • I used to just hover over it and see if the URL was relevant at all
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    • After a while you just know which are ads.
      TsuSlippy 16 jun
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    • I'd say get an adblock so you can dodge most of these
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    • Thank you soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much
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    • Tries to click and drag... accidentally just clicks.... gets 1000000 viruses....
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    • Bruh just get ad block it’s 2019
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    • “Regular download”
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    • FUN FACT that's not how HTML works. Lots of pages use images on real buttons.
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    • Not always: images drag, and some sites' actual download button may be an image.
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    • You can look in the bottom left corner and a link will pop up, telling you what you're clicking. Just read that and you're solid 👌
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    • Or just stay off sketchy websites and don't risk it
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    • It’s always the smallest least impressive looking button, after 100000 Minecraft mods you just know which one it is
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    • This is 100% false, please don’t get a virus because some idiot on the internet
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    • Or hover over it and on the bottom of the screen it would say what the link is. So if it is like adjunkie or something its fake.
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    • At the bottom left corner of your browser a link will show up when you hover over a download button. You can use this to determine which one will link you to an ad site or which one will actually download your thing
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    • Not always true at all. If you’re downloading from a website and they make the image for their download button with the <img> tag and don’t do anything to prevent it, it should still be draggable
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    • Or you know use an ad blocker
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    • Adblock.
      imcynic 16 jun
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    • Just click the least flashiest download button
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    • Tbh I just always looked for the one in the most logical place, like directly above, bellow, or to the left or right. but I never knew that, that’s dope
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    • If u don’t know, you’ve never illegally Downloaded anything before
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    • Huh...
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    • What the fuck is this new comment thing? I can’t tell when the meme ends and the comment section starts.
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    • Is that mofuckin Jim Moriarty?
      Nunkie 16 jun
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    • You can also hover over a button and in the bottom left hand corner it will tell you the URL that button takes you to and the ads are usually something pretty obvious.
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    • I came here July 22nd, 2017 to say I had my first kiss. It took my 545 days to kiss another girl, my now girl friend. I just lost my virginity. I know no one cares but I did it. I finally did it 🤩 Finally had sex
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    • i just hover over it and see what website it leads me to
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    • If you hover over the button, you can see where the URL takes you.
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    • Or you could you know install an ad blocker.
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    • Fun fact. Ad blocks will get rid of all the fake ad links. I use ad nauseum because it hides and auto clicks ads in the background without opening the windows so it confuses the fuck out of statistic AI
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    • Hover over each link and read the URL of the link in the bottom-right corner.
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    • When your girl asks you a "simple" question
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    • I developed a 6th sense for this when downloading minecraft mods in 2011.
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    • This game will make you cum instantly
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    • If it's a torrent don't download at all. You're gonna get malware anyway. And yes, links can easily be in image form. Sometimes that's all a "button" is: an image with an active link. Coming from a web developer.
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    • Is no one going to comment how that is Jim fucking Moriarty talking to Sherlock Mother fucking Holmes before he kills himself?
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    • Or you can just read the link it leads to when you hover over it. Should be at the bottom right of the page.
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    • Its fake if it says “you won’t last 5 minutes!”
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    • Also, AdBlock...
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    • What’s the point of flavored condoms? It’s not like she’s sucking on the condom or that it’ll flavor the pussy...
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    • Adblock users: wait you guys have ads?!
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