Adobe Reader 9.2Date added: October, 14th 2009 - Freeware
Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7 / XP64 / Vista64
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Adobe Reader is world’s most famous text and multimedia file viewing software that is fully focused on enabling anyone on any modern operating system or hardware platform to experience the commonly accepted standard for sharing, viewing, crating and printing PDF files. Ever since the adoption of Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files, users from all around the world got the chance to create documents with knowledge that they will be reproduced with 100% accuracy on any computer on Earth, which enabled every single PC user much easier time for sharing important data, work files, school projects, and countless other types of files that are important to us.
While Adobe Reader can perfectly decode content of PDF files that can hold text and images, it has zero ability of working with any other type of files (TXT, HTML, DOC, RTF…). This makes it limited, but having completely compatible PDF viewing software is incredibly important for many people, especially ones that require access to all features of this file standard (commenting tools, management of e-signatures, printing, and much more).
After more than 2 decades on the market, Adobe Reader managed to beat all its early competitors and prove to everyone how important can be to have a document file format that is independent of application software, hardware, and operating system.
Acrobat Reader is free for, although business users will be very attracted to purchase Acrobat Pro package that can be used for total control of the creation, editing, distribution and publishing of PDF files.
Adobe Reader Top Features:
Comment using the PDF annotator
Latest version of 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.
Fill out forms
Say goodbye to paper forms. Type your responses right on the PDF form, or click through and fill in the form fields. Then save and submit. That's really all there is to it.
Sign files with e-signatures
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.
Do more with online services
One click in Adobe Reader XI takes you to Adobe online services where you can create PDFs, turn PDFs into Office files, or build fillable PDF forms in minutes.