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Adobe Acrobat Then and Now

Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat is 29 years old

Launched in: June 15, 1993
Developer(s): Adobe
Current Version: 20.012.20048
SoftwareDesktop publishingLinuxMac OSWindows 🔗

How Adobe Acrobat looked like and how it is now:

Then

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    Now

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      Description

      Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and Web services developed by Adobe Inc. to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF).

      The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Reader), Acrobat (formerly Exchange) and Acrobat.com. The basic Acrobat Reader, available for several desktop and mobile platforms, is freeware; it supports viewing, printing and annotating of PDF files. Additional, “Premium”, services are available for reader on paid subscription. The commercial proprietary Acrobat, available for Microsoft Windows and macOS only, can also create, edit, convert, digitally sign, encrypt, export and publish PDF files. Acrobat.com complements the family with a variety of enterprise content management and file hosting services.

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      Adobe Acrobat is 29 years old. Adobe Acrobat was founded in June 15, 1993 by Adobe.

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