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How to stop something that already started downloading

I started downloading an application I didn't mean to and now it will not stop.

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Close your browser. If that does not work, use the Task manager
CTRL ALT DEL >Applications> Select Browser and click Terminate / Close.
If that does not work just restart the computer.

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