Adobe Reader is a free software tool, which is the most popular program in the world for viewing, creating, managing and manipulating PDF (Portable Document Format) files. It is without a doubt the standard application needed for PDF viewing on Windows.
Adobe Reader is the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all types of PDF content, including forms and multimedia.
Here are some key features of “Adobe Reader”:
Work with forms
Now you can type your responses right on your PDF form or click through and fill in the form fields using the free Adobe Reader and Then save and submit.
Adobe Reader’s UI is simple and intuitive. Classic tools (text selection, zoom, snapshots, find, etc.) can be accessed from the top navigation menu and buttons.
Electronically sign (e-signatures) a document
No need to print documents before you sign them. With New Reader, it’s simple to add your electronic signature to PDFs — and just as easy to get them signed by others.
Convert your PDF files to Word or Excel
you can reuse information by converting your PDF files to fully editable Microsoft Word or Excel files with the Adobe ExportPDF online service.
Work with comment tools
Adobe Reader comes with a full set of commenting tools. So you can add sticky notes, highlight text, and use lines, shapes, stamps, and a typewriter tool to place comments anywhere on your PDF document.
eMail within Adobe Reader
you can send an e-mail from within the free Adobe Reader using your Gmail or Yahoo webmail account.
Access SharePoint files
It’s easy to access your PDF files in SharePoint and Office 365 directly from the free Adobe Reader
Adobe Reader’s impact on memory usage so you should find multitasking takes less strain on your system.
Adobe Reader new Protected Mode which loads potentially hazardous items and code in a sandboxed area, isolated from the rest of your system.
|Requirements:||Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 / Windows8 / Windows8 64|
|Author:||Adobe Systems Inc|