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Make Adobe Reader Open Where You Left Off

Adobe Reader is, as the name suggests, a program allowing you to read things. PDF files, of course. And since e-readers such as the Kindle arrived, we’ve all started to read more and more books and manuals online, or on … Continue reading

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Adobe Reader and Acrobat Version 8 End of Support

Here is an article from Adobe Reader Blog by Steve Gottwals, Adobe Reader Group Product Manager: As stated in the Adobe Support Lifecycle Policy, Adobe provides five years of product support from the general availability date of Adobe Reader and … Continue reading

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Most Users Are Running Outdated Adobe Reader Versions

According to AVAST Software, an anti-malware vendor, nearly six out of every 10 users are running an outdated version of Adobe Reader, leaving them highly vulnerable to PDF-based attacks. To be clear, that’s 60 percent of avast users who happen … Continue reading

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