Go update your readers all you ebook fans.
YAY! This is the moment I have been waiting for my entire life!
Roftlmao … I have to admit, you are not the only one, Airhead.
This is only the update.
To use this you must have 7.0 installed then update to 7.0.1 then 7.0.2.
That sucks. They need to release the full 7.0.3 install.
Since their Netopsystem installer is the absolute worst that I’ve ever seen, who wants to deal with it in multiple instances.
I am still on version 5
Oi who moved this deeply philosophical thread out of the livingroom, make yourself known!
Bah! Maybe they fixed the issue with it locking up your Mozilla Firefox … maybe they didn’t!
@Adobe … “Release the fox, ye scarlet wench!”
Ooh, I’m sooo excited NOT!
Why would someone get excited about a new update to Acrobat - it’s crap, I mean 6 had so much bloat in it, you have to unload all the useless plugins to get it to startup in under a minute.
I’ll stick to xpdf, ggv, evince and all the other better Postcript viewers thanks.
i prefer foxit pdf reader its much less resource hog & smaller and like adobe reader its free
I got a “woodie” just at the mention of it-eh!
Adobe auto install caught me out guard while I was in the middle of something.
This is a security fix not a proper update
It’s the first thing I disable after installation.
And then I remove the quick launch from my start up.
7 is soooooooooo much better than 6 or 5 when it come to load time.
True, if you can tolerate the entry it adds to your Startup folder in order to achieve that.
Personally, with the exception of my antivirus program, I don’t allow any programs to run at startup.
Personally, with the exception of my antivirus program, I don’t allow any programs to run at startup.[/QUOTE]