Any resource, whether picture, music or tex are on a specific site. If you see a link by clicking on it, you’ll get to some site’s page anyway. Links are displayed in two views — hyperlink (specially selected text, when hovering over which, the cursor changes its shape) and the full address of the page. In the first case, it is enough for you to click on the inscription to get to the page you are interested in. In the second case, you need to copy the address and paste it into the address bar of your browser, then press Enter. After a while, the web page will be displayed in the browser window, provided that the address has been entered correctly.
Hyperlink can be tied to the image. There can be three options: when you click on the picture, you get to the site; when you click on the picture, you get to the page where the image is displayed in full; when you click on the picture, you get to the download page of the file. In all three variants, you will get to a certain section of some site, but the last option may pose a potential danger, as you can download a virus program.
If you need to download the software or update to the program, use the settings or help menu in which indicate the version of the program and manufacturer. There can also be links to the website of developers of the program. If you haven’t found them, use search engines such as Rambler, Google, Yandex, etc. Enter the desired query in the dialog box and wait for the results to be displayed. Actually the result of the search, this is a list of links to the site, among which find the one that interests you.
When you are on a specific site and want to save a link to it, click on the address bar of your browser. The address will automatically stand out completely, press Ctrl+C or select Copy from the right-click context menu. Then create a separate text document and paste the information from the clipboard.