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pdf slow to open

pdfs sometimes take 2 minutes or more to open. This is Win 7 Ultimate, 64-bit.

Tom Malcolm 1027 days ago

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What version of Reader are you running? Also, have you cleaned out your %temp% folder? Have you cleaned out your registry with a program like CCleaner? Defrag your system? Have you looked at task manager to see if your running into any memory spikes? One last question, how big are the PDF files and are they interactive in any way?

Michael Anderson answered 1027 days ago  |   Comments (0)  |  New Comment


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