Windows cannot open JPEG files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
We strongly recommend that you run a Instant Scan for related errors.
The JPEG file extension is used to signify the compressed image format developed by the Joint Photographic Experts Group in 1992 and announced as a standard in 1994. JPEG image files support up to 24 bit per pixel color and are a preferred format for saving digital images and for sending them online. The JPEG compression algorithm is lossy, which means that there will be some data and image quality lost during the compression and de-compression and editing processes. The JPEG format has since been succeeded by the JPEG 2000 format that offers lossless compression and editing. JPEG files can be accessed and edited with the appropriate software, as well as converted to other image formats.
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