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It often happens that a particular image file format turns out to be more suitable for a specific task than any other. For example, SVG (which stands for Scalable Vector Graphics) file format is extremely popular with web developers and everyone who deals with print graphics. SVG is well-loved because it allows scaling images infinitely without losing their quality (well, the very word ‘scalable’ implies it).
However, images like digital photos and web graphics most often are stored in Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format. Also, PNG format is great for presentations. This format allows for lossless compression similar to that of a .GIF file. Actually, PNG was developed as an enhanced open-source alternative of GIF.
As you see, both formats are good, but for different purposes. That’s why file converters like this one are so popular.