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Foxit Reader – The PDF Viewer

by Dwarka Rao 20 May 2010 3 Comments

Dealing with PDF files has always been a problem for me. It does not allow to edit the text and I always need to copy it for some purpose or other. Then I came across the freeware known as FOXIT Reader.

There are no PDF files that I have come across which FOXIT can not open. It also takes less space than any other PDF reader software’s. It is also much faster than any other. There are mobile version of Foxit also available which can help you open the PDF files in your mobile phones.  


  • It occupies less space than any other PDF readers.
  • It has mobiles version.
  • It includes multimedia features.
  • It has various layers view panels.







It can open any PDF file and can open faster. It also includes the multimedia features and does not leave us any doubt that we are using any bad freeware for the PDF files.


The quality of the document that it opens is very good and it also supports all multimedia features. It also come with the mobile version where it can support the PDF documents on the mobile also.


The interface is so easy that you will definitely make you so easy to use. It has all the features that any reader should have.


It loads up the PDF document so quickly that you will not believe. It also has the features of loading up the media features.  


  • It occupies less space than any other PDF readers.
  • It has mobiles version.


  • I did not come across any of the con in it.


I would like to conclude by saying that it the one to use if you are not the  Adobe Reader fan. It will surely not let you down. It has all the features and it is fun to use.





  • Shah said:

    hmmm, never tried this … used to adobe reader

  • AlanAlan said:

    preffered PDF-XChange, better interface, smoother scrolling and display quality and supports far more extensively PDF forms + all the free features. First class – sorry Foxit.

  • opto said:

    Good pick. Switched to Foxit for the same reasons. I was also unimpressed with the Adobe interface and with the seemingly constant string of updates from Adobe.

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