Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is the free, trusted standard for viewing, printing, and annotating PDFs. And now, it’s connected to Adobe Document Cloud — so it’s easier than ever to work with PDFs on computers and mobile devices.
Reviewing 15.017.20050 (Jul 13, 2016)
Ah, it's not all that bad. Ugly layout/appearance, but that's with a lot of software today.
Reviewing 2015.008.20082 (Jul 15, 2015)
Good try but redirecting users to buy a subscription license to unlock premium features adds no new value at all. Adobe should give something FREE like the PDF pack to encourage end users to continue to use their product especially when there are already many other better alternatives out there.
Reviewing 2015.008.20082 (Jul 14, 2015)
I don't see a need for this anymore with Windows 10 coming out. PDFs will open up in Microsoft Edge browser.
Reviewing 11.0.08 (Aug 23, 2014)
Reviewing 11.0.07 (May 14, 2014)
they should outlaw this
After recovering from a hack that happened via Adobe's improper use of Silverlight, I recommend that everybody delete all Adobe software from their systems.
The vulnerability itself can be shut out by enabling "Enhanced Protected Mode",
Still, The hackers also broke into Adobe's development servers and downloaded the source code to Adobe's software, thus more virulent attacks are guaranteed to occur in the very near future.
The issue is particularly targeted at developers who use Adobe's development tools - including Acrobat and Cold Fusion.