The latest versions of Adobe® PhotoShop®, CorelDRAW™, Microsoft Office, and many other
applications use sRGB to communicate color. Most importantly, as the default color space in Microsoft
operating systems, sRGB has gained broad adoption as a way to exchange color information between
software programs and devices by using a common definition that assures that typical users will
experience greatly improved color matching. The sRGB standard improves your ability to match colors
between the printer, the computer monitor, and other input devices (scanners and digital cameras)
automatically, without the need to become a color expert.