If the original graphic is an SVG, you should be able to enlarge it without
losing any quality. And yes, There is a free program called Inkscape that
lets you create and modify SVG files that I have used in the past, though
it was a long time ago. It looks like it's still around:
As others have said, you can blow up a JPG or PNG, but it won't be better
quality, it will just be bigger (and, in the case of a JPG, blurrier).
I have never used MS Paint for this kind of work. It's worth checking out.
On Wed, Dec 1, 2021 at 8:14 PM charles meyer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi my esteemed listmates,
> I need to take a graphic I download (with permission) off a Website and
> make it 1920x1080, or larger by the same ratio so its quality will be
> It would be even better if I could convert it into 3840x2160.
> Has anyone used a FREE Windows tool to do that?
> I understand Photoshop can do that but I don't have Photoshop so I need to
> accomplish this with something simpler like MS Paint.
> Has anyone achieved these improved graphic results with MS Paint?
> If so, could you pls share the steps?
> I'm guessing it cna be done in GIMP but GIMP can be at best challenging.
> Thank you kindly.