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[10 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

Late last year, I tried installing Adobe Acrobat 9 on the PC where I use Windows 7. I thought it was a good combination as I didn’t experience any troubles with the basic functionalities such viewing, printing, extracting and bookmarking PDFs. It turned out that a lot of others were not as lucky as I was.

General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Library »

[9 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Big Faceless Organisation (BFO) announced the release of new version 2.11.10 of its Java PDF Library with a major rewrite of its rendering engine included in PDF Library. The new release enables faster conversion of PDF to TIFF files and improved image quality.

Adobe, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, General News, PDF Security »

[9 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Adobe has decided to postpone a fix for the latest vulnerability discovered in Adobe Reader and Acrobat until 29th June. Adobe had warned on this latest vulnerability on Friday, 4th June 2010 which could lead attackers to exploit the Flash Player and Adobe Reader.

General News »

[7 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

PDFTron Systems has released a major update to its flagship PDF developer component.

Document Management, General News, PDF Creation, PDF Editor, PDF Library, PDF/A »

[4 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

PDFTron Systems, Inc. announced a new version of PDFNet SDK 5, its Software Development Kit for handling PDFs in Document management systems. The new version features two new modules for Universal document conversion and other capabilities.

General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Creation, PDF Library »

[4 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Aspose released its latest version of Aspose.PDF which concentrates on efficient memory management and inLineHTML to convert HTML to PDF.

Editorials, Featured, Free, General News, PDF Creation, PDF Editor, PDF Forms, PDF Reader »

[1 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Nitro Reader Blasts Off

These days, it’s fairly difficult to get excited when you hear of yet another free PDF reader. I mean seriously, how many times can you read the one PDF, right? But whoa daddy – when it comes to Nitro Reader, you need to make sure you’re sitting down before you fire it up. It’s so jam-packed-full-of-features that just won’t cost you a cent – I can guarantee you’re going to make the switch – or at least come pretty darn close to it.