How to Convert PDF to JPG with DocuFreezer

Although the PDF format definitely has a lot of advantages, working with it is not so easy. To open PDF files you usually need additional resources; to insert a PDF file into another document or presentation may be problematic; and overall, this format requires some extra skills to deal with. The most vivid solution here would be converting PDF to JPEG thus making it easy to handle and share with others.

Step-by-step instruction to convert your PDFs to JPGs:

  1. Download, install and run DocuFreezer software
  2. Drag your PDF documents and drop them onto the DocuFreezer window:
    Convert PDF to JPG
  3. Select JPEG as the destination file format and specify the folder for saving output files
  4. Click Start to begin conversion of your PDF files to JPG.

DocuFreezer vs Free Online Services

Free online services available nowadays will help you convert everything: documents, images, sound and even grab YouTube videos. At first sight they seem to be very efficient – you don’t need to install any software onto your computer, but in reality, you will have to deal with a lot of advertising banners with questionable contents; plus, the number of files that can be converted online is limited.

DocuFreezer does not display any pop-up ads or banners. You can convert any number of documents per session, and all your files will remain 100% safe. Unlike other solutions, DocuFreezer processes files locally on your computer without uploading them to the Internet.

DocuFreezer vs Virtual Printers

Virtual printing technology provides very popular solutions nowadays for converting documents. Virtual printer installed on your computer will convert the files you would like to print to PDF, JPG and other formats.

Unfortunately, you can print only one document in one printing session. Or you will have to install additional software to automate the process of printing.

DocuFreezer can convert any number of documents in one session. Moreover, no additional printers will be added to your system. This means that if a non-tech-savvy user attempts to print documents from your laptop, they won't be confused.