Adobe Reader XI 11.0.01

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.

Adobe Reader XI new feature highlights:

  • Full commenting features, including text, stamps, file attachments and audio recordings, as well as drawing markups, like lines, arrows, shapes and free-form annotations
  • Fill, sign, save and send your forms – and save the planet while you’re at it!
  • Store files on for access from multiple devices
  • Support for OS X Mountain Lion and Windows 8 with new “touch-mode” for optimal tablet interaction
  • Create PDF or Export PDF files to Word and Excel online

Download: Adobe Reader XI 11.0.01 | 46.7 MB (Freeware)
View: Adobe Reader Website | Release Notes

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I find it humorous that the selected pdf's default icon is the SumatraPDF default icon.

Personally I keep the acrobat pro from a creative suite but use sumatra as the viewer.


From looking at, the MSI-based installer hasn't been released yet. It just has the executable installer as well.


Aryeh Goretsky

What makes you think the fact that you have a lot of space, is a good argument against the fact that Adobe Reader is a bloated junk?

Actually, it is a good bit of bloat. For the past few years, the Reader updates have taken the original install package, and simply added any patches to the EXE package rather than rebuilding a package with just the updated files required. So when you install 11.0.01, you're installing the original 11.0 version, then following up with a patch. Wasteful, and it caused problems in enterprise deployments.

thanks for the heads-up.

compare to win-egg. i'd say adobe is a pretty compact and useful piece of code. but i'm sure the win-egg-suckers disagree. lol.


By the way, I'm an occasional, light PDF user; you know, only some times when I've to read some things... and I truly find SumatraPDF the best solution for me. Extremely light with all the basics I need. Now that Firefox can open PDF natively, it renders useless even SumatraPDF.