Opening jpeg files

I'm unable to open jpeg photos from a web site I use regularly. I can open the same photos with my PC. This is a new MacBook and I've just started using it. Any help would be appreciated.

If you want to save a photo from a website, hold your "Control" key down, put your mouse over the image, click your mouse and select "Save image to..", or you can view it in another window by selecting "Open Image In New Window."
Once you save an image to your hard drive, you can view it with Preview.
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