The question whether or not to delete the input image files is very common. No matter how unsuccessful the original image may look, most people prefer not to delete the source images, even though they look greater after conversion or image processing. But have you ever come across a situation when you are happily taking photos of your family celebrating Christmas, and next day all of a sudden you accidentally push “delete all” button instead of removing a single photo that does not look very appealing? And then it turns out that there were hundreds of other photos fr om your recent trip to the Bahamas which you were not in time to upload to the computer. Very unpleasant, isn’t it? So, it’s in the back of our minds to keep all the original files intact in case something happens. Another side of the story is the space limit. If there are hundreds of photos to process with ImageConverter Plus (and as you probably know, the software can handle not just hundreds, but even thousands of photos at the same time), RAM is a concern. Removing original image files is normally a preference for advanced users who have no doubts about the success of image conversion. Indeed, if you have a lot of practice with the same image format(s) and use similar conversion profiles, keeping original image files “just in case” should not be a necessity. ImageConverter Plus offers 2 options, wh ere the default setting is not to delete any source images, while choosing the opposite you can bravely specify image conversion settings and press “start”. We have to warn our new users though that you’d better practice more to make sure the image conversion results are not disappointing.