When you install the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Adobe's free PDF reader, you may notice that it installs a Chrome extension along with the update. The Chrome extension gets installed automatically, but Chrome's security mechanism kicks in preventing it from being enabled by default. Show More Summary
Adobe Systems released security updates for its Flash Player, Adobe Reader, and Acrobat products fixing critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to install malware on computers. The Flash Player update fixes 13 vulnerabilities,...Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating A new request from one of our readers—a unicorn illustration! As with all my tutorials, I want to show you that creating cute illustrations does not necessary require usage of complicated tools and extraordinary knowledge of Adobe Illustrator. Show More Summary
If you’d rather use holiday receipts as kindling than have them stack up in shoeboxes, good news. Adobe just made it possible to scan documents of any size using only a mobile device’s camera and convert them straight into PDF format. Show More Summary
As promised in our previous blog entry for the recent Adobe Reader PDF zero-day attack, we now offer more technical details on this Reader “sandbox-escape” plan. In order to help readers understand what’s going on there, we first need to provide some background. Show More Summary
Recently a critical vulnerability has been identified in Adobe Reader X and Adobe Acrobat X Versions 10.1.1 and earlier for Windows and Mac OS, Reader 9.4.6 and Reader 9.x Versions for Unix. This zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2011-2462) could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code and silently take the control of a victim’s machine. Show More Summary
Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers. Adobe conference goes hair metal, Wonder Woman trailer, Death Note meets viral song. More »
Most of us know Adobe as a software company responsible for things like Adobe Reader and Photoshop. But recently they’ve decided to branch out into the fashion industry, and as you can see, they’re literally making a laughing stock out of it. Show More Summary
Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography plan is available for $9.99 a month. But as a MakeUseOf reader, you’re eligible for a 20% discount on your first year, reducing the price to just $7.99 a month. It’s the cheapest way to get access to two of Adobe’s best apps: Lightroom and Photoshop. Show More Summary
Back in April this year, Adobe announced that they will integrate OneDrive with Adobe Document Cloud. With OneDrive connector, users can now easily store and access files from your OneDrive Consumer or Business file storage account while working in Acrobat DC or Acrobat Reader DC on your desktop. Today, Adobe announced that they are bringing […]
You can do a whole lot with PDFs; they’re such a common format that you probably work with PDF files pretty regularly. From making sure a document looks right on different operating systems to preserving an important contract that you don’t want changed, PDFs are useful. Show More Summary
It’s day 2 of our Summer Sale and today we have a special Adobe Lightroom Presets Travel pack for you with a 72% Saving. This “system” normally sells for $176, but it’s being offered to dPS readers for the special price of $49 USD – a massive 72% saving. Show More Summary
Adobe has updated their PDF reader for Windows Phone to version 220.127.116.1147. The app lets you view, annotate and share PDF files and in the latest update adds support for signing in to their Adobe Document Cloud with your Enterprise ID. The full changelog reads: Sign in to Adobe Document Cloud with support for Enterprise IDs […]
Learn how to use a camera and take pro-level photographs with the Adobe KnowHow All-Inclusive Photography Bundle. Gizmodo Australia readers can purchase this package, which includes access to 13 courses and more than 65 hours of training, for only $89 AUD [$64 USD]. That’s a savings of 93% off the RRP. More »
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Adobe has announced that Acrobat and Acrobat Reader Windows desktop users can now add their Box and OneDrive accounts so they can quickly access Acrobat files from those cloud storage services. ...
Adobe yesterday announced new Document Cloud storage integrations with Microsoft OneDrive, which make it easier to access and work on PDF files from anywhere New integration with Acrobat DC, Acrobat Reader and Microsoft OneDrive allows organizations to access and work on PDF files stored in OneDrive directly from within the Adobe apps. With a few clicks […]
When most people think of Adobe, they either think of Photoshop or Acrobat Reader. But the company has a plethora of other useful software packages that most people know nothing about. We’ll take you through many of these, each of which can be downloaded separately, or as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription package. Show More Summary
Android: I hate dealing with PDFs. I understand why they’re necessary, but loading them is a pain and editing them is even worse. So, Adobe’s news that Acrobat Reader can edit PDFs stored in your Dropbox is a godsend. Read more...
Adobe and Dropbox are making it easier for users on the go to access and work on PDF files store in the cloud with tighter integration between Acrobat Reader and Dropbox on Android. Users can now access their PDF files stored in Dropbox from within the Acrobat Reader app once updated to the latest versions of each. Show More Summary