Adobe Reader

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  1. taiwaned
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    taiwaned Silver Member

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    Is there a bug with the new adobe acrobat reader? It is suddenly crashing after it has been working for a couple of minutes. It has only started the past couple of weeks when I let an automatic update happen. Yeah I know that was stupid.
     
  2. sobore
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    Not sure on Adobe. I have been using Sumatra PDF as a reader since it has much less overhead than Adobe. It is freeware and may be with a look.
     
  3. Bob Smolinsky
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    Just installed Adobe Reader X.something.something as working OK so far....
     
  4. FlyingBear
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    I switched to FoxIt recently, life is a lot easier now. I have to go through many pdfs daily and Acrobat is simply slow and buggie.
     
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  5. No problems today.
     
  6. RoninTech
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    I'm another happy Sumatra user. MUCH smaller footprint than AR.
     
  7. HaveMilesWillTravel
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    On my Mac, Google Chrome's pdf rendering capabilities combined with the native MacOS "Preview" app meet my needs. The Adobe Reader seems to have gotten progressively worse (based on my Windows experiences).
     

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