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.
Windows 10 can’t open HEIC files by default, but there are a few solutions for both converting HEIC files to JPEG or adding native HEIC support to Windows 10 itself. Here’s a look at how it works.
Recent iPhones save camera pictures as HEIC files instead of JPEG. This new format is more efficient, which means you can save even more photos and videos on your iPhone, but it’s not compatible with every device and operating system, including older Macs. Here’s how to configure your iPhone to shoot JPEGs again for better compatibility.
If you’re unfamiliar with Google’s reverse image search, then you have to learn about this valuable tool. The feature will let you look for similar photos online, so if you need to find out where a picture was taken, for example, this may just help you do so.
Apple has graciously provided us with a way to add to an album in Photos using a keyboard shortcut—but only if it was the last album we created (or modified). We’ve got the scoop on this weird but useful feature.
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.
Your current Mac may not support the new Dynamic Desktops feature in macOS Mojave, but you can still enjoy the gorgeous new default wallpaper images. Here’s how to get the 5K day and night versions of the macOS Mojave wallpaper.
There’s no simple, user friendly way to resize multiple images at once using the built-in tools in Windows 10. Fortunately, there’s a great third party app called Image Resizer for Windows that can resize and convert your images with a few quick clicks of the mouse. Here’s how it works.
If you switch to a new iPhone and haven’t given the camera access to your location, then your device may not be saving location data on the places where you’ve taken your pictures. In today’s article, we’ll go over how you can tell—and how to toggle it back on!