After many months of fixing vulnerabilities and releasing emergency patches, Adobe released the much anticipated Adobe Reader X, the latest Adobe PDF Reader version which is redesigned with sandboxing technology to prevent and reduce the risk of PDF attacks.
Many have welcomed the move for the newly added security layer when it was first announced way before it was even released. But as it is with anything that’s been hyped up and talked about, you want to know how everything turned out.
Well, if you’re looking around to find out how the new Adobe Reader X turned out, you’re in luck. This week’s posting is a quick collection of reviews, links, and tweeted comments from around the web.
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Without doubt the Internet is about sharing, and these days you can share almost anything online simply by clicking on a widget. But, if you’re a social networking butterfly, chances are you’re more active and sharing and uploading your own links, photos, images, and audio onto whichever social site you’re on.
For sharing PDF documents, it’s the same story. For instance, if you’ve heard of Scribd.com, then you know that sharing documents has turned into another great way to network with other users. Once you’ve uploaded your files, others can read them, leave a comment, and then share them on the most popular social networks.
But if you’re already on that site and looking for more places to spread the word about your PDF files, check these Scribd alternatives out for yourself.
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