A straightforward TIFF to PDF converter you’ll bookmark once and keep using for a long while
Even though it’s been around since the 80s, the TIFF format still has many uses. It’s great for when you want to scan multiple pages as a single file and are dealing with different kinds of graphics at the same time. TIFF has fallen out of fashion as a general-use document format however, since it’s been superseded by the newer and more versatile PDF.
PDF files can be smaller than TIFFs without degrading the images they contain. It’s also easier to search the right type of PDF as the metadata it is able to hold is more sophisticated. You may set up far more elaborate restrictions on a PDF file to ensure that only someone with the proper authority can view what’s inside. PDF standardization is better, so it’s more likely that your file will be accessible in the future if converted.