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Convert PDF to JPG on Windows 10 for Free

by Hung Nguyen

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Save PDF to JPG for free on your Windows 10 computer, online or offline. No signup is required to use our online image converter.

Did you know that there are over 800 million Windows10 users worldwide (as of September 2018)? That, in conjunction with the 2.5 billion PDF files in circulation and many people new to digital paperwork, can cause a lot of headaches.

Thus, one of the most common PDF related predicaments is the need to convert images to PDF format, i.e., for form filling. Full instructions are listed below!

How do I convert PDF to JPG on Windows?

  1. On your Windows machine, go to our PDF to JPG tool.

  2. Select the PDF to upload to the tool.

  3. Decide if you want to save individual images or whole pages to JPG.

  4. Smallpdf will work on changing the output format of the file instantly.

  5. Select ‘Download’ to save the image file.


How to convert PDF to JPG on Windows 10 (and other Windows machines)

Smallpdf touts the most popular PDF to JPG tool online. Known for its quick processing and ability to retain images in its original format, our site works tirelessly, 24/7 to serve our 25+ million visitors. The whole PDF to JPG conversion process should complete in a few seconds.

Which Windows version is supported?


Though targetted to Windows 10 users, our platform was built for everybody. Therefore, you can convert to JPG on Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP,...etc.

Moreover, our cloud service is available via almost any operating system, in case you are a Mac or Linux user. is also mobile compatible, so you can convert a PDF to JPG even when you are on your phone, via your web browser.

Do you keep the original file?


We’re aware of all security implications when it comes to processing documents online. SSL encryption is used to ensure that the whole process is secure for you and your data. All PDF and JPG documents on your Windows machine will reside in a safe environment whilst you during the file transfers; from the upload to when you save your file back to your computer.

Easy to use, easy to deal with PDFs


Our motto is to ‘make PDF easy’. Our second motto is to become the ‘first PDF software you will actually like’. In a realm full of software that heavy, complicated and rather dull, we aim to simplify the conversion process in less than a few clicks.

On top of that, there are over other 18 tools for you to manage your files; from various image formats to modifying PDF pages, compression, and a whole desktop app. Check out our homepage for the entire suite of tools.

And while we don’t support further modification of JPG images, by combining the capabilities of the many converters, you can freely convert your JPG to other file types. For instance, check out the guide to convert JPG to Word.

Can I convert multiple PDFs to JPEGs?


The ‘batch processing’ mode to convert multiple files is supported offline, using the Desktop application. The PDF to JPEG tool is now called PDF to Image and can split out files in JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF formats.

Better yet, you can convert as many documents to JPG as you’d like. To convert multiple PDF files to JPG on Windows 10, follow the following procedure:

  1. Open the Smallpdf Desktop app.

  2. Click PDF to Image.

  3. Drag as many PDF documents into the drop area on the right-hand side.

  4. Choose the desired output format, i.e., JPG, as well as the folder to save the files to.

  5. Hit the yellow ‘Convert Files’ and sit back, let our desktop app work its magic.


How to convert multiple PDFs to JPG format on Windows 10, without an internet connection

On the lower left-hand side, there will be an option to pick one standard output, which is useful if you’ve dragged in hundreds of files. Our offline PDF to JPG tool is currently for Windows 7+ and is available for a free trial. Download it by clicking the button above.😊

Hung Nguyen
Hung Nguyen
Content Marketing Manager @Smallpdf