Windows 10: looking for pdf reader
For a PDF Reader, I use PDF-XchangeViewer (which is now PDF-Xchange Editor).
For a PDF Printer, I use PDFill It has the best rendering that matches the original page produced by an application that I have found.
It also has an editor and a toolbox to modify existing PDF files.
Acrobat Reader DC is the most recent version of Acrobat reader, which is 2 or 3 versions newer than Reader X.
I installed Win 10 Pro TP x32 in a Desktop with a Pentium D an early build and it worked fine. I had an EIDE DVD reader which I removed afterwards. Now every time I try to install a new build of Win 10 it appers as option 2 to boot: sellecting...
Anyone who uses Reader
There is an update in the Store
Sorry but no version given
This is a different one to Reader List App
I deployed Win 10 tablets to our K-6 classrooms. Cannot figure out how to scan a QR code and automatically go to the web address without downloading a sub-par third party app. Any clue?
Doesn't Windows 10 have its own PDF reader? If it does, I can't find it. I downloaded the Adobe Reader, but don't like it. Right clicking on a PDF file only gives me the option to open in Adobe Reader or Edge.
Since an update to windows 10 (last but one) every time I click a pdf file to open it, win10 insists on opening it in Edge - even after selecting 'open with' and confirming Acrobat as my default pdf reader.
Anyone any ideas on how to stop Win10...