My Adobe programs are setup to use ProPhoto RGB and I use a wide gammut display calibrated to D65. Whenever I export edited images from LR or PS as JPEGs using sRGB conversion, the resulting image has an increased contrast and more saturated colors in non-color-managed programs. In color managed programs, the image looks fine, of course. I am struggling with this for quite some time now - isn't the purpose of exporting to sRGB that most programs interpret files as sRGB? Shouldn't non-color-managed programs interpret the JPEGs converted to sRGB correctly? Is this maybe a result of me using a wide gammut display - but then again shouldn't the monitor calibration account for this?