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Which is the best PDF viewer?
I have tried Adobe reader and foxit reader. Foxit seems to be better than Adobe.
Is there any other pdf reader other than these?
Which is the beast pdf reader?
I just use plain old Adobe Reader, because Adobe pretty much owns me at this point. I think with .pdf files, I don't need anything fancy. I just want something to open the files quickly, so I can get on with whatever I'm doing. Reader does that for me.
The best known PDF viewer is the Adober Reader. Google Chrome also supports PDF files and its fun viewing PDF files with Google Chrome. You can change viewing options and do some other customizations pretty simply in Google Chrome with the buttons that just show up if you move your mouse. With Google Chrome installed on your computer, you don't have to worry about other PDF viewers.
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