Stand-alone PDF viewers

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CAcreeks
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Re: Stand-alone PDF viewers

A J Fresnel wrote:

I am using Okular. It comes from the linux world like Evince suggested by CAcreeks, but I find it so much better and full-featured that I install it everywhere. (I had a situation where a collaborator was using acrobat pro and send me a file with comments, and Evince could not show some of them, I think the caret ones. Okular was always 100% reliable.)

I install Okular on my Windows machines through the Microsoft store (only program I use that for), but they also have an installer on their website.

Thanks for the recommendation of Okular, AJ.

One thing you can't do with browser-based PDF viewing is make annotations and comments. Evince can do that, and so can Okular, probably better.

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