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How to Convert HEIC Into Your Favorite Format JPG?

What is HEIC?

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How to Convert HEIC Into Your Favorite Format JPG?
How to Convert HEIC Into Your Favorite Format JPG?

JPG is a common computer file type for photos or images. It is widely used in every circumstance. The best part is that you can view it ideally on several gadgets, like a smart phone, tablet, and computer. Therefore, JPG is our favorite format to send or share images among others. If the picture was in HEIC, then you have to change your HEIC file into JPG, or it is impossible to view on a Mac or Computer.

What is HEIC?

HEIC is a popular version of HEIF, which stands for the best quality picture format. It uses the least space to store your image with a top-notch picture. Now, it is a new format to replace the old ones like GIF, PNG, JPG. HEIC was developed by Apple and it is the standard file type for images being taken on latest iOS devices like, such as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. When you connect these devices to your personal computer, you will view the images are ended up with HEIC.

Here are some methods I will share with you for how to convert HEIC into JPG:

First Method:

You will see here two options to change HEIC in JPG. One is using online services and the other is using the software on the desktop. I will present the first because it is free. However, if you would like to change 10+ images because there are restrictions on the number of files then you should use a paid edition of software fun on the computer.

Step number 1: Search the free tool online to search on your address bar and open freetoolonline.com/heic-to-jpg.html.

Step number 2: When the website is loaded, now upload the images to its server to click the shady area. You can also drag and drop option to upload the images from the computer.

Step number 3: you will see the siding bar with several options to customers for selection of the image. This is an easy option to save your images in a smaller and you can manage to save more space easily to your computer with this option.

Step number 4: After the conversion of images, you will see the option to download into JPG format and save it to your computer.

Second Method: How to Group Convert HEIC into JPG

One main issue with the use of the online tool is it does not provide the standard quality with JPG files. I tried in three different fee tolls and all provided me the very bad quality of JPG files. Most of the images were blurry and it is much worse than the original. Therefore, if you were concerned about the image quality, then you should use the professional software version such as iOS HEIC converter. This is the best software for you image conversion with the quality. One main feature of this software is that it can convert 100+ images in batch mode. Due to this features, you can save a lot of time.

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You can use this converter on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 10, and Mac computer.

Step number 1: Download iOS HEIC Converter to your computer and install it:

You should download it from the official website and the set it up on your computer running with. Once this is done, now connect the devices such as iPhone that contain the HEIC images to the computer via USB cable.

Step number 2: Add HEIC Photos to the Software

You can view two options shown on the screen. They are designed for single or batch picture transformation. Please select the proper “Add File” key to start the procedure. At this stage, you can add files or add a directory. Just click one choice and find add chosen files or directory to the software.

Step number 3: Adjust Output Great high quality of HEIC Photo

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When the computer file selection is done, simply click “Convert” key and then a pop-up screen appears. You can change picture quality here. Simultaneously, select a destination directory to save the transformed JPG files.

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Domain security experts call corp.com dangerous because whoever has it would have access to an "unending stream of passwords, email and other sensitive data from hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Windows PCs at major companies around the globe"

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Microsoft has bought the domain from its Wisconsin-based owner Mike O'Connor "in a bid to keep it out of the hands of those who might abuse its awesome power. Pixabay

Microsoft Corporation has agreed to buy the domain corp.com from a private owner for an undisclosed sum, in an effort to prevent cybercriminals from abusing it owing to a problem known as “namespace collision”.

According to KrebsOnSecurity, a blog run by journalist Brian Krebs, Microsoft has bought the domain from its Wisconsin-based owner Mike O’Connor “in a bid to keep it out of the hands of those who might abuse its awesome power”.

“We released a security advisory in June of 2009 and a security update that helps keep customers safe. In our ongoing commitment to customer security, we also acquired the Corp.com domain,” the company said in a statement. Mike bought corp.com 26 years ago and hoped Microsoft would buy it someday because “hundreds of thousands of confused Windows PCs are constantly trying to share sensitive data with corp.com”.

The “namespace collision” is a situation where domain names intended to be used exclusively on an internal company network end up overlapping with domains that can resolve normally on the open Internet.

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“Early versions of Windows actually encouraged the adoption of insecure settings that made it more likely Windows computers might try to share sensitive data with corp.com,” said the report. In February this year, KrebsOnSecurity told the story of Mike auctioning off domain corp.com for the starting price of $1.7 million. However, he did not declare how much Microsoft finally paid him for corp.com.

Domain security experts call corp.com dangerous because whoever has it would have access to an “unending stream of passwords, email and other sensitive data from hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Windows PCs at major companies around the globe”.

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Microsoft Corporation has agreed to buy the domain corp.com from a private owner for an undisclosed sum, in an effort to prevent cybercriminals from abusing it owing to a problem known as “namespace collision”. Wikimedia Commons

Windows computers on an internal corporate network validate other things on that network using a Microsoft innovation called ‘Active Directory’. A core part of the way these things find each other involves a Windows feature called “DNS name devolution”.

In early versions of Windows that supported ‘Active Directory, the default or example Active Directory path was given as “corp,” and many companies apparently adopted this setting without modifying it to include a domain they controlled.

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“In practical terms, this means that whoever controls corp.com can passively intercept private communications from hundreds of thousands of computers that end up being taken outside of a corporate environment which uses this “corp” designation for its Active Directory domain,’ the Krebs report elaborated.

Over the years, Microsoft has released several software patches to help tackle “namespace collisions”. (IANS)

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"We have been evaluating the public health situation, and we understand this is impacting our customers," Microsoft was quoted as saying in the Engadget report

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The company will also delay the scheduled end of service date for the Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise editions of Windows 10 from April 14 to October 13. Pixabay

In a bid to focus on security updates, Microsoft is pausing all optional non-security releases for supported versions of Windows and its server products.

The tech giant is particularly suspending C and D updates, which are usually released during the third and fourth week of each month, respectively.

These include non-security improvements and fixes. But the changes don’t go into effect until May, so we can still expect a few last optional non-security releases next month, Engadget reported on Wednesday.

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In a bid to focus on security updates, Microsoft is pausing all optional non-security releases for supported versions of Windows and its server products. Pixabay

The company will also delay the scheduled end of service date for the Enterprise, Education and IoT Enterprise editions of Windows 10 from April 14 to October 13.

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“We have been evaluating the public health situation, and we understand this is impacting our customers,” Microsoft was quoted as saying in the Engadget report. (IANS)

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