QUOTE(Jack @ Jun 11 2009, 08:43 AM)
To a thumb drive maybe?!
In this day if you don't have some sort of fast Internet access at home you need to at least have a good thumb drive for when you do have access. If you have only dial-up, I suggest a free program called "WinBITS". It is a GUI (User Interface) for the Windows Background Intelegent Transfer Service (BITS). BITS is the service that downloads Windows updates slowly in the background and keeps track of things if you stop and restart. Instead of locking up your computer for two hours doing a download, which may have to be redone if it fails, you tell WinBITS what you want to fetch; it starts transfering it a little at a time while you are doing other things online and a couple of days later it will tell you when it finsihes.