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  2. AOL Video - Serving the best video content from AOL ... - AOL.com

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    The AOL.com video experience serves up the best video content from AOL and around the web, curating informative and entertaining snackable videos.

  3. List of PDF software - Wikipedia

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    As with Adobe Acrobat, Nitro PDF Pro's reader is free; but unlike Adobe's free reader, Nitro's free reader allows PDF creation (via a virtual printer driver, or by specifying a filename in the reader's interface, or by drag-'n-drop of a file to Nitro PDF Reader's Windows desktop icon); Ghostscript not needed. PagePlus: Proprietary: No

  4. Adobe Acrobat - Wikipedia

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    Acrobat Reader Touch is a free PDF document viewer developed and released on December 11, 2012 by Adobe Systems for the Windows Touch user interface. FormsCentral was a web form filling server for users with Windows, macOS, or a web browser and an Adobe ID only. It was discontinued on July 28, 2015 and was replaced by Experience Manager Forms.

  5. Foxit PDF Reader - Wikipedia

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    Foxit PDF Reader (formerly Foxit Reader) is a multilingual freemium PDF ( Portable Document Format) tool that can create, view, edit, digitally sign, and print PDF files. [3] Foxit Reader is developed by Fuzhou, China-based Foxit Software. Early versions of Foxit Reader were notable for startup performance and small file size. [4]

  6. Sumatra PDF - Wikipedia

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    Sumatra PDF is a free and open-source document viewer that supports many document formats including: Portable Document Format (PDF), Microsoft Compiled HTML Help (CHM), DjVu, EPUB, FictionBook (FB2), MOBI, PRC, Open XML Paper Specification (OpenXPS, OXPS, XPS), and Comic Book Archive file (CB7, CBR, CBT, CBZ).

  7. History of PDF - Wikipedia

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    PDF was developed to share documents, including text formatting and inline images, among computer users of disparate platforms who may not have access to mutually-compatible application software. [1] It was created by a research and development team called Camelot, [2] led by Adobe's co-founder John Warnock.

  8. PDF-XChange Viewer - Wikipedia

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    PDF-XChange Viewer is a freemium PDF reader for Microsoft Windows. It was available in a free and a paid version. Its further development has been stopped in favor of the freemium PDF-XChange Editor. It supports saving PDF forms ( AcroForms ), and import or export form data in FDF/ XFDF format.