Here's a solution- Foxit reader. It's got a memory footprint of 1MB, and loads almost instantly. Awesome.
Does it really read PDFs? I can't believe that a non-adobe product could.
Plus, what's wrong with Acrobat?
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
It's been around for a while. Acrobat takes a long time to load up as it hauls a tonne of useless crap into memory. It's like Photoshop, only the stuff it loads is actually completely useless.
I like Xpdf the best. Its only for Linux though but man is it fast. Loads up in like 2 seconds.
12th March 2004
looks like its worth trying, i do seem to read a lot of pdf's. as Reven says, acrobat seems to take forever to load up and usues a lot of memory
Thinking about it.
Yes I do find it long to load up...I'll try it.
I'm trying out Opera for the first time and I was wondering if this prog integrates itself with this browser.
It doesn't really say on their website.
That's one thing I did like about IE and Acrobat reader, being able to click a pdf and have it open in the webpage as opposed to downloading and saving and then opening it.
Acrobat is freakin' slow and bloated to be sure.
When in doubt, gas it!
I doubt that it works with Opera. Opera isn't all that great to begin with. Stick with FireFox.
omg sounds like windows ME ! loading crap thats uneeded.....