Tag: versions

Most users running obsolete versions of Adobe Reader

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Security firm Avast Software has released a report revealing that most users are running outdated versions of Adobe Reader. These older versions don’t have all of the neat security bells and whistles (e.g., sandbox tech) that have been built into the latest versions of the free software. As such, they may still contain the security holes that these innovations later closed.

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International versions of Bluebeam PDF Revu 9 released

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Bluebeam Software today announced the release of Swedish and German localized versions of its flagship product. Bluebeam PDF Revu 9 allows users to create, annotate, edit and manage PDF documents, and incorporates specialized features for the architecture, engineering and construction industries.

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PDF Store upgrade enhances online shopping experience

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BinaryThing, the parent company of Planet PDF, recently released a major upgrade of its PDF Store, including a comprehensive redesign of the online retail outlet specializing in purchasing and immediate downloading of Acrobat- and PDF-related plug-ins and products. The new site is intended to provide customers with an enhanced shopping experience.

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Only three shopping weeks (or so) until Acrobat 7!

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Amazon.com is currently accepting pre-orders for full
versions of and upgrades to the Acrobat 7 product family,
noting that the product will be released on December 29.

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