If you use a high quality JPEG image as your Windows wallpaper, you may have noticed that what you see on the desktop isn’t quite as nice as the original file. That’s because Windows automatically compresses it to improve the performance. To avoid this, use a PNG image instead of JPEG for your Windows wallpaper. Here’s how it works.
The macOS Photos app is a great free photo editor and management tool, but it lacks several key features including the ability to batch edit multiple photos at once. If you’re willing to use a few keystrokes, however, there’s somewhat of a workaround that lets you quickly edit multiple images at once. Here’s how it works.