Thursday, 28 June 2012

Adobe Reader 10

Posted By: Unknown - 02:09:00

Adobe Reader X (Adobe Reader 10) is without a doubt the standard application needed for PDF viewing on Windows.

Adobe Reader has been in existence for over a decade and has gone
through various evolutions during this time. One result of this is that
it has been increasingly loaded with plug-ins and extensions which mean that it's consistently criticized as being bloated and slow.

The truth about Adobe Reader's speed

It is true to a certain extent that the extra plug-ins and extensions can make Adobe run more slowly. Adobe Reader is still a PDF reader that has much to offer though. With the latest version of Adobe Reader, Adobe
have addressed some of the speed issues and the memory footprint has
been improved consistently throughout the development of Adobe Reader X.

Interface and stand-out features

This version of Adobe Reader is not only slightly faster, but also
displays a clearer, simpler interface that makes it easier to use. Adobe
Reader X still features the classic tools from previous versions (Zoom,
Text selection, Snapshots and Read out loud), but now it also includes
renewed features such as the ability to leave comments as sticky notes. A
new feature you’ll find in Adobe Reader X is the Share tool, with which you can easily share the document by email or via the Adobe SendNow service.

Built-in security precautions

If you were worried about security issues in Adobe Reader, fear not:
Adobe Reader X is probably the safest version ever released, thanks to
the new Protected Mode than loads images, code and 3D objects in a special area in memory, isolated from the system.


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