I'm sure this is covered somewhere, so feel free to point me in the right direction! I'm trying to get all my stuff organized. This entails files on both my PC here at work, and my Mac at home. I'm using Dropbox to go back and forth making sure I have everything on both computers as well a main file in Dropbox once I get it all together.
When I unzip a file, I sometimes see both .png files and .psd files with an occasional .jpg thrown in. Is it necessary to keep both? What about the .jpg file? I kind of see that one as just a "viewing" file. I've seen where the .png files are better because they can be used in both PSP and PSE. Unless I'm missing something, I don't see the need to keep them both.
Oh, also I occasionally see what looks to be an additional .png file made for Mac (I think I've seen these from Brooke). Is that any different than a .png file for a PC? What about a .csh file?
I'm almost up with my trials of PSP X6 and PSE12. I think I'm going to stick with my old PSP8 on the PC and go ahead and buy PSE12 for my Mac. So, I'll be using two different programs for now - do I just keep the .png files?
One other thing - I'm already finding I have a few similiar items, like crumpled paper overlays. Do you usually keep them all or just keep one?