Updating to adobe reader 10

Posted by / 02-May-2018 13:33

Please note that opinions expressed here are not of Secunia but solely reflect those of the user who wrote it.This thread was submitted in the following forum: PSI SPI claims that Adobe Reader would be end of life and demands I update to Adobe Reader 10.x.Updates to Acrobat Reader are available on a regular basis for free and should be installed for best results.At times, there may be problems when trying to update or uninstall Adobe Acrobat Reader.That appears to tally in that 10.1.4 is a greater number than 10.1.1 If you go here https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/otherversions/ you can programme that to accept Vista in German.--Maurice Microsoft Surface 4 Intel i7 64Bit Windows 10 Pro version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) Build 16299.64 16 GB RAM IE & Edge Only Thanks, Maurice, excellent answer as always!I figure I'm trapped between 4 problems around Acrobat Reader: * SPI points to a false update which does not exists for my computer under Vista * Adobe Reader doesn't know of it's own updates.It's necessary to use the built in updater to bring it up to the last version 10.1.16 or download from here:

PDF XChange Viewer looks good at a first glance, maybe I'll try this one.

Sometimes, it may become impossible to uninstall or update Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Adobe Acrobat Reader is a popular and a useful tool for reading documents and any Office software is incomplete without it.

Using the update function of Adobe Reader results in a "no updates available" message, and when trying to download from the latest version offered there is 10.1.4. Why does SPI demand I upgrade to a SW version which is not available for my OS?

And (no SPI issue but strange anyway): How comes I have an apparently higher version of Adobe Reader installed than available on the Adobe download site?

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Note that there’s no visual feed back when you typing a password. After you added the repository, update package lists and install the acroread package by running below commands one by one: I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu 5 years ago and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.