Opera is one such browser, and it is optimized for a number of activities, among which we can also mention PDF files.
More so, the overall look and feel of Opera are extremely modern and lightweight, so it doesn’t matter if besides the PDF file you have an extra 20 tabs opened, you will not feel the RAM is all used up.
It is Chromium-based and features heavy extension support. This makes it increasingly customizable and frequently updated, making it an excellent web browser overall.
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3. Change Adobe security settings
- Open Acrobat Reader, go to Edit, and select Preferences…
- Go to the Security (Enhanced) tab, uncheck the box next to Enable Protected mode at startup, and click OK.
- Close Acrobat Reader and try to see if this fixed the browser issue.
4. Activate Acrobat Reader add-on
- Open the Tools menu in IE and select Manage Add-ons.
- Under the Add-ons type section, choose Toolbars and Extensions.
- At the drop-down Show menu, select All add-ons.
- Select Adobe PDF Reader from the list and choose Enable.
- Click Close and check to see if it fixed the issue.
5. Remove all previous Acrobat Reader versions
- Open the Control Panel, then Programs.
- Under Programs and Features, select Uninstall a program.
- Select each unused Acrobat Reader versions that you do not use and select Uninstall.
- Make sure to leave only the Acrobat Reader option that you are currently using.
Now, if you don’t want to change your default browser, follow the troubleshooting steps listed above.
We hope that our guide helped you to fix the Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF issues you encountered on your browser.
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FAQ: Learn more about Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Can I get Adobe Acrobat for free?
You can download and install Adobe Acrobat on your computer for free. You don’t need to pay any subscription to use the complete list of features.
- Is Adobe Acrobat Reader DC the same as Adobe Reader?
Adobe Reader is the simple version of Acrobat. Adobe Reader DC adds Document Cloud capabilities allowing users to sync their PDF documents and files across all their devices.
- Do I need Adobe Reader on my computer?
If you upgraded to Windows 10, you don’t need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. Windows 10’s built-in browser, Chromium Edge features PDF support.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in May 2019 and was revamped and updated in January 2021 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.