7 Alternate Free PDF Readers besides Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Acrobat Reader is famous PDF (Portable Document Format) reader. It exist for a long time ago and used by many people. But the software consumes heavy computer’s memory of computer. It’s hurt to open PDF file on low computer’s memory.

7 Alternate Free PDF Readers besides Adobe Acrobat Reader

7 Alternate Free PDF Reader besides Adobe Acrobat Reader you can use to read your PDF files.

CoolPDF Reader
CoolPDF Reader is small PDF reader to view, print, slideshow, and converts PDF files to TXT, BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, WMF, EMF, EPS. CoolPDF Reader can run directly without installation. CoolPDF Reader only can be used for Windows.

Evince is designed for Linux. But Evince also offer installer for Windows user. Evince is not just PDF reader, it currently supports postscript, djvu, tiff and dvi.

Foxit Reader
Foxit Reader is a multilingual PDF reader to save your load time. When you read PDF document you can send the document as email attachment. It also supports tabbed windows.

MuPDF is cross platform PDF reader that can be used in Linux, Mac, or Windows. MuPDF renders text with metrics and spacing accurate to within fractions of a pixel for the highest fidelity in reproducing the look of a printed page on screen

PDF-Xchange Viewer
PDF-Xchange Viewer is fast to open big PDF document. It allows you put some comments, annotations, text, or other objects on any PDF file. PDF-Xchange Viewer can be used on Windows and for portable application.

Sumatra PDF
Sumatra PDF can be used on computer or USB flash disk as portable application. It’s very useful if you want to read PDF file but you don’t find any PDF reader application on it. Sumatra PDF has minimalist design, fast to load, a huge number of keyboard shortcuts, and you can zip through nearly any document with ease

Xpdf is builf for DOS, Linux, and Windows. The Xpdf include programs like extract images from PDF files, convert PDF to PostScript or text, and various other utilities.

If you know another PDF reader please share with us

9 thoughts on “7 Alternate Free PDF Readers besides Adobe Acrobat Reader

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