When was JPG created?

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What year was JPG was created and how can I use it?

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Read the WIKI on the JPEG file extension. In order to use it you need a program or device that can create or edit this format. Devices like cameras, tablets can create images in this format. Programs like Microsoft Paint, Gimp, Photoshop and a slew of other can also create/edit this file format. 

If you have specific needs come back with more details on what you are try to do.
There are also may other image formats out there and some work better for certain applications.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    There are some misconception. What did you mean by what year was JPG created? From where did you get this jpg? For using jpg, there are so many purposes. Specially, for photo album/photo designing & many more. If you have specific purpose, please provide here.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Initial release of the JPEG format was back in 1992.

    What do you mean by "use" it? It wouldn't be much of a standard if you couldn't use it.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Moreover, for using JPG file, there are so many software, while some of them are free and some of then are expensive. For free solution, you can use GIMP and for expensive you can consider Photoshop.
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