Search for a video by entering its name into the search bar and pressing ↵ Enter, then click the video you want to download to open it. Copy the video's address. Click the video's address in the address bar at the top of the Chrome window, then press Ctrl + C (Windows) or ⌘ Command + C (Mac) to copy it.
Follow the on-screen instructions to download the app. Open the Twitter app. It's the blue icon with a white bird inside. You'll usually find it on the home screen or in a folder. Scroll to the GIF you want to download. GIFs appear as video thumbnails, but with the word "GIF" at the bottom-left corner. Tap the GIF to open it.
Restart your computer. Once your computer finishes booting up, you can test your download speeds; if your network was the reason they were slow, they should be faster now.
Luckily, FBDown.net is a website that allows you to download videos from Facebook for free. You can only download videos that are public. If the video or the account is made private, you cannot download the video. This wikiHow teaches you how to download videos from Facebook for free. Open Facebook.