Adobe Reader XI is Out, Get It Now
Article by George Norman
On 16 Oct 2012
The most powerful Reader yet, Adobe Reader XI, has been released to the public. Check out the new functionality it has to offer below and download it right here.

At the start of the month we reported that Adobe is getting ready to roll out Adobe Reader XI to the public. The most powerful Reader yet is part of a larger release – the Acrobat XI release which includes Acrobat XI Standard and Pro as well as the newly integrated document services Adobe FormsCentral and Adobe EchoSign. But I digress.

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Getting back to the topic at hand, Adobe announced at the start of the month that it will soon release Reader XI to the public. On Monday, October 15, it announced that Reader XI, just as promised, has been rolled out to the public.

Adobe Reader XI is now available! Download Reader XI today at get.adobe.com/reader [or right here on FindMySoft]. With over one billion downloads, Adobe Reader continues its leadership as the global standard in PDF viewing and interaction,” announced Steve Gottwals, Group Product Manager, Adobe Reader.

Here is what you can expect to get from the recently released Adobe Reader XI:
  • Full commenting capabilities, including text, stamps, file attachments and audio recordings, as well as drawing markups, like lines, arrows, shapes and free-form annotations.
  • Fill, sign, save and send PDF forms without having to print and mail them.
  • Touch-mode lets you use Reader XI on tablets.
  • Save PDFs to the cloud (to Acrobat.com to be more precise), access your PDF from the Android and iOS app, create PDF or Export PDF files to Word and Excel online.
  • Better security: enhanced Protected Mode that includes data theft prevention capabilities, new Protected View that implements a separate desktop and winstation for the UI, PDF Whitelisting Framework that allows selective enablement of JavaScript, and Elliptic Curve Cryptography support for digital signatures.
  • Enterprise deployment: Citrix XenApp enhancements for better performance, new App-V support, including a Package Accelerator, GPO Template for the most common enterprise settings, enhanced support for Microsoft SCCM/SCUP and Apple Remote Desktop, and added a Configuration Wizard for the Mac.
Additional information on Adobe Reader XI is available here.




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