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Adobe Reader is a PDF documents reader, free and cross-platform.
PDF format is one of the most widespread formats in computing world. This is because PDF files can be read on virtually any operating system (Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, etc.). Another factor that has influenced the popularity of PDF format is that it's portable between systems. This we mean that regardless of the Operating System that we use, PDF file will be look the same in all of the devices.
Large amount of files are in PDF format (user manuals, books, tutorials, etc.). Which makes it imperative to have a PDF reader on our system.
Adobe Reader is official Adobe's PDF reader, who is the creator of this format. The program is easy to use and does its job perfectly. We will be able to read any PDF file by opening it in the program or associating .pdf extension with this program.
The program is free, and only allows PDF reading, if we want to change any property of such files, we have to purchase another software specific to that task.
While reading, we can rotate the pages of the document, put the document in full screen or print it.
As we can see the operation of the program is very simple, and the possibilities it offers are very concrete. The program is compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.