(first excuse my lack of grammar and vocabulary, english is not my first language aha)I use photoshop CS5 on a PC with which i paint pictures. I recently got a new laptop on which i noticed that pictures i painted on the PC get altered when seen through the screen of another machine. Not only the size but also the overall saturation of the picture gets modified. Here is an example :Here is the photo of a painting i did on my PC, opened through photoshop. Its is roughly, colour wise, how this picture appears from the screen of my PC, whether i open it with the windows picture viewer, with photoshop, or upload it on the internet (always seen from the original pc screen of course)Now this is how the same picture appears once saved through PNG, seen from a screen that is not my PC screen. The saturation of the colours is obviously different, as well as the size (the picture got... elongated ?) With both images, the size is 1013x1553Why does it appear different between those two screens ? The pixel size is exactly the same ! Now I would understand if the problem was the original screen of the PC on which i drew this picture, if it showed a distorted version of everything. The thing is, iit doesn't. Everything appears fine. (i will still try changing the screen of the PC in a few days, once i get a new screen) This problem is highly frustrating as my paintings end up on the internet, seen a way that i didn't intend for them to be seen, a way i don't even see them when i make them ! With a painting of a landscape, the differences (except for the colours) are minor, but once a human is painted, getting an elongated, desaturated picture is terrible...Is the problem photoshop settings that i have to tweak ? Should i really just change the screen on which i usually paint ? Or is it something else entirely ?Thanks for your time and any help or advice !