by Antonio 26 Aug, 2013 04:04 AM PDT
Simply the best free pdf viewer
by Karem Wahbi 15 Jun, 2013 03:43 PM PDT
The fastest pdf viewer ever, thanks for this great software
by CS 14 Jun, 2013 07:37 AM PDT
I easily forget Adobe viewer ever existed until I see it on friends systems and I just wonder why.
I have been using PDF-XChange Viewer (Free) for along time now, I contacted tracker support direct about a minor issue and it was swiftly fixed in the next release.
I don't very often use the word s 'the best' especially for software, but this arguably the best PDF Viewer available.
Thanks and thanks again.
by Sabine Jordan 1 May, 2013 03:32 PM PDT
I love PDF-XChange Viewer. It is by far THE BEST program out there for viewing, printing, typing into, converting to OCR, or whatever you have to do pdf-document-wise. Just the greatest program, very user friendly, intuitive, and flexible. Thanks so much, Tracker Software, not only for making this product, but for providing it as a free download. We purchased the Pro version at the office, and it is absolutely awesome. Can't recommend it enough.
by Louise Harnby | Proofreader 22 Nov, 2012 03:08 PM PDT
PDF-XChange is my PDF editor of choice. I've been using it for two years and only wish I’d downloaded it sooner – I could have saved myself hundreds of pounds. Not only does it have all the functionality of vastly more expensive products; in addition, PDFs appear sharper and, in my experience, the software is more user-friendly than comparable products on the market. As a proofreader who frequently marks up PDFs on-screen, I find the stamps palette wonderful to work with. I've uploaded several different coloured sets of stamps, each comprising over 80 customized mark-up symbols, and I love the fact that I can reorder the palette as I choose, alter the display size of the symbol images, and easily switch between separate sets of stamps. This increases my productivity and adds value to my business.
by Quentin 15 Nov, 2012 03:21 PM PDT
Brilliant tool. Opens and fixes pdfs that both Adobe Reader and Acrobat refuse to open. Does OCR without changing filesize and quality - (Omnipage messes up graphics and pictures badly).
Can you also add pdf optimise to reduce file sizes?
by Leo Novsky 12 Jul, 2012 11:28 PM PDT
This 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 mr. ranger 29 May, 2012 06:00 AM PDT
It has everything, and it is fast, simple and works.
When is this coming for linux (it does work with wine also )
by Leonard J. Umina 14 May, 2012 10:38 AM PDT
I am a highly technical and professional user. I am also a developer and do a lot of legal work with PDF's. PDF-XChange Viewer so outclasses Acrobat X that its almost hard to make a comparison for one reason. It works. For example, I have a PDF that is over 7,000 pages. Adobe will not OCR this document. It gets through about 5,200 pages and fails alleging that its out of memory or disk space, when in fact there's gigabytes of memory and terrabytes of disk space available. PDF-XChange does the full 7,000 page document without complaining, and I've noticed no difference in accuracy.
Further, if you are trying to print single pages of a large PDF my observation is that Adobe Acrobat X bleeds about 1 Megabyte of memory per page printed. So if you start a session and want to print a bunch of individual pages (say a few hundred out of several thousand) it will keep 1 Megabyte for each page you print until it finally runs out of memory (itself, not your system memory) and when it does it will crash, and sometimes the crash will bring down Windows. If you try to run prints from a macro that is printing your single pages to send them to OneNote one page at a time or from a list of pages you need held in a file, you can count on Adobe Acrobat X crashing once you cross the threshold. PDF-XChange does not have this problem. It merrily handles single page printing driven from macros (with the appropriate delays) and does not crash. I did this for two documents over 5,000 pages, one page at a time, printing all pages. The product could be faster if the screen updates and previews could be turned off, but the point is Adobe Acrobat can't even do this without crashing.
I really like this product. I just wish it was on Linux, so I could get away from the inherent instability of Windows entirely. DO NOT BUY ACROBAT X, before you try this product.
by SACHIN KHARAT 30 Apr, 2012 02:55 AM PDT
An absolutely marvelous software and highly useful software for professionals as well for example, engineers can mark-up drawings sent by client, consultants and others in PDF format and review can be done, that's just one feature...it amazingly easy to use and it has that classic and robust look and not so just glassy and shiny useless interface so it feels good to use its UI. I recommend it to everyone dealing with PDF files frequently...