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post #21 of 25
Don't ever need abode reader, i use pdf escape Free too also unless you wanna use the register version you can read bigger files.

However it's good to know Abode Air and the rest are ok as long i don't use Abode Reader which isn't safe for the time being and i'll never use it anyways.
post #22 of 25
I use pdf-xchange primarily, but still have Adobe reader installed. My guess is that the near continuous stream of tiny updates from Adobe are to address security issues with their software, especially after hearing that their Reader is the most highly targeted...
Although, for me the only thing the updates seem to do is re-add their shortcut to the desktop and reset Adobe Reader as the default pdf viewer.
post #23 of 25
SumatraPDF is a nice small portable alternative. Can't remember ever had a problem with it.

btw i don't use any Adobe software since years. Some ancient storys even tells that the web works without flash
post #24 of 25
Just wait: http://www.urbanjunglecomic.com/?p=1852

Acrobat, Reader, and Flashplayer certainly do take up a good amount of time testing and deploying to corporate systems with their frequent updates. At least Microsoft gave you a mostly functional method of centralized distribution. Adobe? Heh, right. When pigs fly. Third-party programs a must (and slipping them into the setup.ini for future installs of Reader and Acrobat).
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Software just confuses me lol. I just try to keep everything updated and don't do sketchy things on the internet. All I ever do is read PDF on my home PC. Adobe seems to work fine for me.
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