- Adobe Acrobat Reader is the native software for reading and annotating PDF documents.
- E-signing and form-filling tools are some of the best features of this app.
Although Windows 10 provides a PDF reader, many users still want the usefulness of Adobe Reader. The PDF reader that made history is now available for Windows 10 users. The app is free to download from the Windows 10 Store and other Adobe products.
The in-built reader in Windows for pdf files isn’t that great, to be honest, and what I hate the most about it is the black background and narrow width of open files.
Adobe Reader is a tool that many missed in Windows 10. It has been the main tool for opening PDF documents for many years, and with the occasion of the Windows 10 release, it has received a facelift that is more suitable for the Modern UI. It’ll work like a charm, especially on touch-enabled devices.
Adobe Reader for Windows 10
The clean Interface that the app has a clean look, with a menu on the left side and a list of recently opened documents in the main part of the screen.
For opening new files, you have at your disposal a Modern UI file browser that is pretty easy to use. The app works flawlessly and without a hitch, opening any PDF document very fast.
In the file browser, you can search your SkyDrive content, and we hope the future will bring integration to other cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox, or Box.com, but for now, it has plenty of uses, and it’s a must-have app for your Windows 8 computer. Here’s how the official description goes:
Adobe® Reader® is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. This version of Adobe Reader has been specially designed for the new Windows 8 Touch user interface to give you a great experience working with PDF documents on your Windows 8 Tablet.
Update – Adobe Reader Touch through the years
This app is one which survived many critics and changes. But the Adobe team always tried to be on top with the updates.