The FREE PDF-XChange Viewer and features are free for private and commercial use - provided it is not bundled with other software and/or distributed for financial gain.
Need advanced features of the Viewer? STOP PRESS!! The PDF-XChange Viewer has been replaced by the all NEW PDF-XChange Editor which extends the power of the Viewer PRO with many new features, headlining, Direct Content Editing of text based PDF files (Not PDFs created from images or scans). A PDF-XChange Editor License will directly license the Viewer as well as the included PDF-XChange Lite 2012 virtual PDF printer.
by Leo Novsky 12 Jul, 2012 11:28 PM PDTThis is BY FAR the best PDF manipulation program out there. Easy to use, it is totally versatile. I am able to manipulate documents as if I was in ADOBE. It is also fantastic for filling out PDF forms. The Photo option is GENIUS!
by Abd Muis 3 Feb, 2012 08:12 AM PDT
The new FREE OCR feature rocks. I've been trying to OCR my pdf Cad drawings using other standalone OCR softwares but repeatedly failed especially when the size is bigger than A3 size.
Can you add batch processing so that the more repetitive tasks like printing, ocr etc is faster.
Thanks for a great product which has now permanently replaced Acrobat on my pc.
by Graham Goater 19 Nov, 2011 04:44 AM PDT
I've used PDF-XChange Viewer (Free) for the past three to four years. This is the only PDF Viewer product that I would think of using. It's solid, reliable and very easy to use. Today was the first time I really wanted to edit a PDF file and I could see that PDF-XChange Viewer's PRO features could do what I wanted. I had no hesistation in buying the PRO licence. Now, what was already a great product for me is now a fantastic product for me. I have no reservations in recommending this software; it enhances office productivity on your PC or on the move with the Portable version. GrahamG, Cambridge, UK
by Antonio 26 Aug, 2013 04:04 AM PDT
Simply the best free pdf viewer
by Karem Wahbi 15 Jun, 2013 03:43 PM PDTGreat!
by CS 14 Jun, 2013 07:37 AM PDTI easily forget Adobe viewer ever existed until I see it on friends systems and I just wonder why.