Adobe Reader For Solaris and Linux Operating System
Adobe Reader for Linux and Solarisis offered with multi language support properties. It is an application to view, assemble, circulate and print the Portable Document Format (PDF) files. PDF is a standard and reliable format for documents to be view and write in. Adobe Reader is only a viewer of PDFs not permits the editing and it is presented to use regardless of operating system on any computer. Adobe Reader for Linux is free software to use and download. Home users and business professionals reliably and easily use it to view, examine, share and print their documents in PDF files. The files can be converted into PDF document from any application regardless of format and can be converted back into originating format from PDF file. For editing options user have to install Acrobat version.
Several versions of Adobe Reader for Linux OS have released including Adobe Reader 9.3 Linux and Solaris update which addresses unfavorable security susceptibilities and provide more constancy. The update is available in languages including English, French, Japanese and German for Linux and Solaris. The language specified versions also exist. There is not only the Adobe Reader for Linux operating system to read, scrutinize, print and share PDF files but Foxit Reader is also available as a competitor of Adobe Reader. But Adobe Reader works best with the Linux OS.
To download Adobe Reader for Linux operating system user van go to get.adobe.com then select reader and then other versions of it, a new page will be opened having the options to select desired operating system, language and version. User can choose Linux OS, required language and version then click on Download now button the application will start downloading.