Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Your virtual memory might not be able to handle the software's demands. the video card too might share the same problem. better use a reader that also requires less disk space. the adobe acrobat reader version 5 may work well, in case you still want to use and adobe software as it only requires 11.5 MB.
another thing, it would be better if you do a little maintenance tasks on your computer. on the control pane, select performance and maintenance. you can defragment for a few times, "pick a task" such as the "free up space on your hard disk", and the "rearrange items in your hard disk to make programs run faster". these simple steps might take a lot of time but will surely lessen the glitches one can have while using the pc especially on important occasions such as reading pdf files.
all the best!
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
I would uninstall that and use FoxIt Reader....much faster. I switched a couple weeks ago, no issues yet. It is a 5MB install compared to adobes 50MB....just to read pdfs.
You can get it here.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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