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Adobe eBook Reader Released

Posted on 6.21.2007
How many PDF files do you download every week? I'm somewhere in the five to ten download range. White papers, industry reports, press releases, everything seems to be released in PDF format. It's the standard for easily distributable content away from the Web. Therein lies the problem though - reading ebook (electronic book) content on a computer is often challenging as your screen really isn't designed to display content the same way it appears in a book.

Luckily, Adobe's new Digital Edition eBook reader attempts to solve the problem of reading various ebook formats (PDF, HTML, TXT, PRC, LIT, RB) within a single rich Internet application. Users can make bookmarks, add text notes, and change font sizes with ease. The free Digital Editions download is under 3MB (Windows version) and takes less than two minutes to install over a broadband connection. With an RIA service model, users always have the latest version of Digital Editions, taking advantage of new features and security enhancements.
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