Convert iMac photos to Windows JPEG's

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How do you use photos on Windows 10 when they have been edited in a iMac (Sierra)
I have a holidays worth of JPEG's which I have edited on an iMac Sierra but I need to transfer to Windows 10 to use on a program which will not work on the iMac.
Can they be converted? At the moment they just show up on Windows 10 as a Photoshop icon and a note saying "invalid marker type is found"
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Warren Heaton

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Hmmm... so a JPEG is just a JPEG and a PSD is just a PSD.  If you're confident that you're saving it to JPEG file format with the correct filename extension (and it sounds like you are), I'd look at the storage media being used.
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I have used a stick and large external storage, still no luck. I am saving in a JPEG form.
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Sounds like the file extension is incorrect. Try the suggestions here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/error-invalid-jpeg-marker-displays.html
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Sorted !! After I have downloaded the JPEG's onto a stick from iMac and uploaded into Windows10, I found that it downloaded 2 files of each pix, just saved the orig pix and all is well. Thanks for your input