Sick of Helpful people saying the answer is elseware.
Smart comments by those to large to get off the computer
chair. Well he is the official answer/work around and it
worked for me.
Q. Why can't I save .jpg, .gif or .png images in their
original format in Microsoft Internet Explorer?
A. Sometimes, if you right-click an image in Internet
Explorer and choose Save Picture As, the list of
available types in the Save As dialog box will not
contain .jpg, .gif, or .png. It will either contain
both .bmp and .art, or only .bmp. Here are two procedures
that may fix this problem.
To empty your Temporary Internet Files cache
In Internet Explorer, click Tools, and then click
On the General tab, click Delete Files.
To turn off graphic compression in the AOL client
Go to Preferences in AOL.
Click Internet properties (or WWW in some versions).
Click Web Graphics.
Clear Never compress graphics (or Use compressed graphics
in some versions).
Age of computers, Customer service seems not to exist.
Who cares if the question has been asked 3 million times,
answer it in a kind manner then find a way to FIX the
problem in the first place. Ohh.. sorry with a captive
audiance Microsoft doesn't need great Customer service
does it. Maybe if they paid more people to reply who are
customer service orientated less people would be
fustrated. And thanks for all the people who do answer.