Facebook has announced some big improvements to its photo-viewing experience, allowing for full-screen images displayed at a much higher resolution.
The social network will showcase images at the highest possible resolution, which it claims to be up to four times larger than before - maxing out at 2048 x 2048.
Full-screen mode can be accessed by clicking an expand icon in the top right corner of the image, but that update only appears to be for Chrome and Firefox users.
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Facebook has been allowing hi-def photo uploads for a couple of years now, but is now actively encouraging members to showcase their imagery at the best resolution possible.
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The move is sure to increase the strain on Facebook's servers as users upload better quality snaps.
You won't see us complaining though. The improvements are starting to roll-out today.