Adobe Reader X 10.1.4

Adobe Reader software is the global standard for electronic document sharing. It is the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all PDF documents. Use Adobe Reader to view, search, digitally sign, verify, print, and collaborate on Adobe PDF files.

  • View, print, and search PDF files, including PDF Portfolios and PDF maps
  • Author, store, and share documents, and share your screen, using Acrobat.com services
  • Experience richer content and greater interactivity with native support for Adobe Flash technology
  • Review documents using familiar commenting tools such as sticky notes, highlighting, lines, shapes, and stamps (When enabled by Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Pro Extended)
  • Digitally sign PDF documents (When enabled by Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Pro Extended)

Download: Adobe Reader X 10.1.4 | 48.5 MB (Freeware)
View: Adobe Reader Website | Release Notes

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Will everyone stop with the needless trolling of "OOOHHHh Nitro is better! OOHHH FOXIT is better!" Its just a program, nobody wants your input unless it is of value!

The only thing changed in this is:

" Added support for:
• Mac OSX 10.8
• Safari 5.1 for 10.6.8-10.7, Safari 6.0 for 10."

Hollywood's Karo said,
Will everyone stop with the needless trolling of "OOOHHHh Nitro is better! OOHHH FOXIT is better!" Its just a program, nobody wants your input unless it is of value!

Coming from a moderator want to be..

Are you using IE9 by chance?

If so I find that if you run the web page with the issue in "compatibility mode" it then allows you to view the PDF on the web page. Of course this works with "PDF-XChange Viewer". I also noticed neither Chrome or Firefox seem to have these issues with PDF's on web pages.

I am not sure if your issue is the same issue I see at some web sites but what happens on my computer is when you go to some of these web sites half of the PDF is cut off and can not be displayed correctly unless you are using Adobe Flash Reader.

I am actually about to contact tech support at PDF-XChange Viewer to see if this is something they can fix. Maybe you should do the same for the web sites that you ar ehaving issues with? That is of course if you are using PDF-XChange Viewer.

Man! I sure wish my wife's credit union website wasn't such a s**t site so I could get rid of this crap off the computers upstairs!! Between her credit union and ADP pay services, those are the only 2 sites that I know of that won't let me use some simpler pdf reader correctly.

Otherwise,
I'd uninstall this bloated POS from those 2 computers in a second!!