Alternatives to adobe pdf reader

Alternatives to adobe pdf reader I'm sick of all the nag screens and the annnoying updaters. does anyone have recommendations for a lightweight PDF reader that integrates well with IE7?

geek_xxamr_corpxx, May 17, 5:09 pm

Foxit reader the best , super fast too.

geek_michaelsblood, May 17, 5:12 pm

I second foxit reader

geek_pcmaster, May 17, 6:03 pm

... as above... and tis very much portable. Copy the exe over to a usb stick and that is it.

geek_acura, May 17, 6:15 pm

.... foxit here too =)

geek_0800xford, May 17, 8:19 pm

Another vote For you know what ;-)

geek_mrfxit, May 17, 8:28 pm

I used Foxit following adfvice here, but after.. ..every 5th time it was opened online IE would want to shut down with MS error messages so I loaded Adobe Reader...then I would uncheck the many many preferences checked by default in Adobe and I would never have a problem with it.

geek_olack, May 17, 9:45 pm

I've read 7. Foxit reader is the one to use.

geek_badcam, May 17, 9:47 pm

I used Foxit reader on my old computer, and it was great. It's a nice and small download too - none of that 100+mb stuff. Now with a faster computer, I can't even tell the difference in time it takes to open so I just use Adobe Reader.

geek_stuckinmud, May 18, 1:10 am