A Webpage is what you see in your webbrowser. If that webpage has pictures, background images or sounds, then it is made up of more than one file. For instance, if you download a small webpage with a background image and one picture, you have actually downloaded a minimum of three different files. One for the webpage text, and one each for the background image and picture. What if the webpage loads background music when you are reading it? Well, then that adds another file to the group. When WingFlyer downloads a webpage it takes the one name you have given it and saves the main webpage to it. The additional files (graphics, images, sounds, etc) are save as separate files. WingFlyer tries to keep the name as close as possible to the original and saves it in the directory that is determined by the Where to save files option.
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