Obtain Free Microsoft eBooks with Chrono for Chrome
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- 4In this blog post, there are over 200 books that you can download for free. They are a little bit difficult to download, and he explains that he would like to have more control on the author's side: if he or she wants to edit or change something, instead of offering a new ZIP file with all of the downloads, he or she can change a specific URL. Also, he or she may choose not to offer that book in the future.Alternatively, just click this Microsoft blog link.
- 5The workaround that Eric Ligman has created in order to maintain control of the author and publisher's rights is to provide links to individual files as a text document.You may need to scroll down slightly to click the "How to enable 'Download All' " link.This link is located to the right of the blue "Download All" button.
- 7It is next to the message that reads "If you right-click the icon to the right and select 'Save Target As', it will let you download a list of the links in a single .TXT file for all of the eBooks included in my latest post". Clicking the checkmark icon will provide you with a text document.To obtain a file with links, click a checkmark with a notepad icon.
- 9It's near the upper-right corner of the window. You will need to have this extension downloaded and installed in order to use it.Then, click the Chrono extension in Google Chrome.
- 14The eBooks will be automatically downloaded one by one.With the links pasted, click the "Start!" button at the bottom of this pop-up box.Advertisement
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