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How to speed up PDF loading with Adobe Acrobat

How to speed up PDF loading with Adobe Acrobat

Dean Wiebe at DWTips shares a tips on speeding up PDF loading on Adobe Acrobat. He suggests that most of the stock plugins are not used by most users – and to move them out from loading by default – the loading speed will be increased:

To disable unneeded plugins and make them optional instead, follow these instructions:

1. Install the latest version of Adobe Acrobat – you can get it here
2. Browse to the plugins folder: C:Program FilesAdobeAcrobat 7.0Readerplug_ins
3. Create a new folder named Optional
4. Move all files from the plug_ins folder to Optional, except EWH32.api, print*.api, and Search*.api

You really can feel the difference!

How to speed up PDF loading with Adobe Acrobat – [DWTips]

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