Easily view, print, and collaborate on PDF files with free Adobe Reader X software
Adobe Reader software is the global standard for electronic document sharing. It is the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all PDF documents. Use Adobe Reader to view, search, digitally sign, verify, print, and collaborate on Adobe PDF files.
Adobe Reader X includes Adobe AIR
* Industry-leading security
Take advantage of the security of Protected Mode in Reader, which helps safeguard your computer software and data from malicious code.
* Enhanced commenting tools
Make notes and share your feedback with others by marking up PDF documents using the Sticky Notes and Highlighter tools.
* Opening PDF Portfolios
Open and view contents of a PDF Portfolio, a collection of PDF documents, and other document types, including drawings, email messages, spreadsheets, and videos.
* Electronic form submission
Fill, save, sign, and electronically submit forms that have been Reader enabled by Adobe LiveCycle ES2 or Adobe Acrobat software.
* Flash technology support
Enable a new level of end-user interaction thanks to the ability of Reader to natively display rich media content created with Adobe Flash technology.
* Access to all PDF files
View and interact with PDF files that contain a wide variety of content types, including drawings, email messages, spreadsheets, videos, and other multimedia elements.
* Online services
Directly access online services at Acrobat.com from within Reader X. Perform common tasks such as creating PDF files, securely sharing and storing documents, and screen-sharing.
* High-quality PDF viewing on mobile devices
Open PDF documents emailed as attachments, located on the web, or stored locally on your mobile device. Robust rendering enables accurate, high-quality viewing on any screen size.
* Deployment tools
Manage Reader deployments using the Adobe Customization Wizard, IBM Tivoli, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Microsoft System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP), Windows Group Policy Objects, or Active Directory.
* Security standards