Sumatra PDF 2.1

Sumatra PDF is a free PDF, eBook (MOBI), XPS, DjVu, CHM, Comic Book (CBZ and CBR) reader for Windows. Sumatra PDF is small and starts up very fast. Simplicity of the user interface has a high priority. Portable version included (a single executable that can be run e.g. from USB drive and doesn't write to registry).

Changes in this release:

  • support for EPUB ebook format
  • added File/Rename menu item to rename currently viewed file (contributed by Vasily Fomin)
  • support multi-page TIFF files
  • support TGA images
  • support for some comic book (CBZ) metadata
  • support JPEG XR images (available on Windows Vista or later, for Windows XP the Windows Imaging Component has to be installed)
  • the installer is now signed

Download: Sumatra PDF 2.1 Installer | (4.2 MB) Freeware
Download: Sumatra PDF 2.1 Portable | (2.0 MB) Freeware
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Great little PDF reader. Small and lightweight. The only problem is there's no support for IE and there wont be unless somebody else writes the code for it. My paychecks are direct deposited into my account and they no longer give us a paper copy of the paycheck. It's all online in an embedded PDF so I need to keep Foxit installed so I can view them when I'm running IE. I can't download the paycheck and then open it in Sumatra.

I've been using this for a while, saves having the traditional adobe pdf browser exploits as well as it being very portable and fast when reading pdf files. I've not really used it for much other then the basic motherboard and leaflet pdfs but its served me well.

sagum said,
I've been using this for a while, saves having the traditional adobe pdf browser exploits as well as it being very portable and fast when reading pdf files. I've not really used it for much other then the basic motherboard and leaflet pdfs but its served me well.

Well said! agreed.