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Downloading multiple jpeg files

I am trying to download photos that are jpeg, if I select them all and copy them, I only get thumbnails. Can I do something that will download them all at once that keeps their resolution. At the moment I have to open them one at a time and wait until they have loaded tuntil I can save the image.

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Hello gud day..unfortunately there was no other way to save the jpeg pictures having thier appropriate resolution than to open them one at a time then save it one by one.tnx

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