Nitro PDF Reader (32-bit

The key reason for the success of the PDF format is that it allows you to view a document exactly the way it was created without having to open it in another application first. It doesn’t matter if you’ve written a Word document, put together a spreadsheet or laid out a brochure or invitation, exporting it to PDF means the outside world can easily view and
print it with the help of free software.
Most people use Adobe Reader to view PDF files, and are perfectly happy to do so, despite the fact little has changed since it first appeared on the scene. For a long time, Adobe had the market all to itself, but in recent years a crop of free alternatives have sprung up, all keen to grab a slice of its market.
After a year in beta, Nitro PDF Reader 2.0 finally represents the first stable release of Nitro’s entry into this increasingly overcrowded PDF reader market. Its major selling point is the fact it includes everything you need to create your own PDFs from other documents without having to invest in full software or download a separate free PDF “printer” application.
Nitro has two options for creating PDFs: either convert a file directly from one of over 300 supported formats (including HTML, Microsoft Office and plain text), or use the application’s own virtual print driver. Version 2.0 debuts a completely redesigned creation engine that promises to be up to four times faster while producing final PDFs that 50 per cent smaller than with previous versions.
Nitro PDF Reader is bursting with additional features, some of which you won’t find elsewhere. There’s QuickSign, for converting your handwritten signature into a stamp for placing on PDFs. Nitro will also allow you to view web-hosted PDFs from inside your browser (assuming it’s IE, Firefox or Chrome). There’s collaboration and review tools in the form of virtual sticky notes, a typing tool for adding text to the page, and options for filling in forms electronically.
Despite all these features, the program is simple to use thanks in part to its ribbon interface, ensuring all the main features are accessible with a simple click. It’s fast too, but despite this it does tend to consume a fair amount of resources, meaning you may have performance issues running it on older, less powerful machines.
Version 2.1 introduces a number of notable new features: Thumbnail Preview, the standalone tool for generating navigable thumbnail previews of PDFs in Windows Explorer, is now 64-bit compatible. The Nitro PDF Creator tool has also been overhauled to improve performance, reliability and produce smaller PDF files too.
The new web browsing plug-in introduced in version 2.0 has also been extended, with a new Select tool for grabbing both text and images to the clipboard. Over 85 individual bug fixes have also been applied, making it a must-have update for Nitro PDF Reader users.

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