Adobe about to release Reader for Linux version 7.0

By Derek Sooman on April 11, 2005, 4:53 PM
Adobe confirmed on Monday that the 7.0 update of Adobe Reader for Linux is ready. This resumes Linux support for Adobe's PDF-viewing software, and is welcomed news. As from tomorrow, the new software should be available on the company's website.

"The rate of adoption of the Linux operating system among enterprises worldwide--especially among government and financial services organizations--is increasing. Our customers were asking for Adobe Reader 7.0 on Linux as they begin to support core enterprise applications at the desktop." - Eugene Lee, vice president of marketing for Adobe's Intelligent Documents group.




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david.rothera said:
So for once Linux isnt too far behind Windows?Not bad, kudos to adobe....
Electrick Gypsy said:
If it's as top-heavy and bloated as the Windoze version it will probably be ignored by the Linooks community anyway.
phantasm66 said:
I have downloaded and installed it, and its good.
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