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Comment by Furgelnod
about PDF-XChange Watcher · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful News report as junk e-mail

PDF commutation witness is lightweight, in footing of both disk blank space and central processing unit use, and of the PDF viewing audience I rich person ill-used is the c. h. best alternate to Adobe brick Reader. The ground I came crossways PDF XChange Looker was because Foxit Proofreader which I had antecedently put-upon didn't correctly render many images embedded in assorted PDF's I have. The deuce readers are about compeer in calibre but because of the better epitome interpreting I choose to employment this as my substitute to the imagination heavy Adobe Reader.

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Comment by tgwdnghn
about PDF-XChange Spectator · Mar 2017 · Helpful Not helpful Paper as spam

Compared to Adobe brick Acrobat Reader DC and Foxit Reader, this peerless lets you easily markup, remove markups, and choose textbook within markups.

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Comment by phuctran93
about PDF-XChange Viewer · Mar 2017 · Helpful Not helpful Report as junk e-mail
  • Fast
  • Reading fashion + Presentation manner
  • Strong hunting
  • Gossip and Markup tools
  • Unloosen OCR
  • Comfortable aspect and feel
  • Offline
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Comment by burn3d
about PDF-XChange Watcher · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report card as spam

Tryed adobe's, foxit's and XChange is just A great deal better.
Recommended to everyone!

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Comment by Pablo_Mendoza
about PDF-XChange Witness · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Reputation as junk e-mail

I the likes of this, fasting rendering, plugins for popular browsers, lightweight!

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Comment by RemovedUser
about PDF-XChange Looker · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Story as spam

However, after my former charles william post I found come out that as of interlingual rendition 4 Foxit Referee has no longer whatever limitations such as the mentioned water line when fill forms with the Typewriter creature - thither is no thirster a gainful interpretation of Foxit Reviewer (Foxit Subscriber Pro).
Foxit PDF Editor in chief (commercial) is distillery usable and offers drawn-out PDF editing features.
Just care the commercial message 'Pro' reading of PDF XChange Viewer.

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Comment by mocky
about PDF-XChange Spectator · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Study as junk e-mail

Yes!! i tested Foxit, and acrobat... and PDF XChange is to a greater extent better.... at last afterward enjoyment the barren version, I purchased the entire computer program (viewe Pro and PDF tools), im selfsame felicitous iota this (sorry for my english)

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Comment by RemovedUser
about PDF-XChange Viewer · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Theme as spam

PDF XChange Watcher is a lot more than equitable a 'viewer'. This unitary is bang-up for filling forms with the Typewriter feature, which is besides useable in the complimentary rendering without whatsoever watermarks being added (which is what Foxit does). PDF XChange Witness even allows removing/deleting watermarks added by other application program cough

Of class to the highest degree early redaction features are lone available in the commercial-grade 'Pro' version.

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Comment by katisasoftwarejunkie
about PDF-XChange Looker · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Write up as junk e-mail

It's an fantabulous PDF viewer, lightweight and with extremely customizable menus. But the briny grounds I wish PDF XChange is the automatic conception of thumbnails in Explorer, a characteristic that's bugged on 64bit Windows systems with Adobe Lector (although there's a user-created fix), and absent entirely from my late dearie PDF spectator Foxit (it's been on their to-do number for 4 years.)

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Comment by rcastro0
about PDF-XChange Viewer · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Written report as spam

I was a foxit user, but base that PDF XChange watcher gives a buckminster fuller band of editing options. I broadly exercise it to brand highlights and comments on PDF files.

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