What is PDF
PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It is a file format that is used to present documents in a manner that is independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. PDF files are commonly used to share documents that include text, images, and other multimedia elements in a fixed layout, regardless of the device or software used to view them. There are many tools available for creating, editing, and viewing PDF files. Some of the most popular include Adobe Acrobat, Foxit Reader, and Preview (for Mac).
What is JPG
JPG is a popular image file format that stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, the name of the organization that created the format. It is a lossy image format, which means that some image data is lost when the file is compressed. This makes it an efficient format for storing and transmitting digital images, particularly over the internet. JPG files are commonly used for photographs and other images that have many colors and subtle gradations. They are often used for images that need to be displayed on the web or sent via email, because they can be reduced in size without significantly degrading the quality of the image.
What is ZIP
ZIP is a file format that is used to compress and archive data. It was developed in the late 1980s as a way to compress and package large amounts of data into a single, smaller file that is easier to transmit and store. ZIP files are supported by a wide range of operating systems and software applications, including Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, and many others. There are many tools available for creating, viewing, and extracting files from ZIP archives, including the built-in support for ZIP files in many operating systems and applications, as well as third-party tools like WinZip and 7-Zip.