Foxit Reader is excellent: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader/reader-interstitial.html
SORAX READER : http://www.soraxsoft.com/products.html?0
I could be wrong, but I do not think others allow select text to copy it and have a snapshot tool !??
@ Ebony: I just have the basic free version of PDF-XChange Viewer. But it still has an impressive array of tools. The link is http://www.docu-track.com/product/pdf-xchange-viewer
I much prefer it to Foxit (others will disagree I'm sure, but it comes down to personal preference). I scored a licence for Nitro Pro version 6 some time back when they were being given away. And while it's a really good prog, I ended up going back to PDF-XChange Viewer.
I passed on the GOTD, but I got this one (with no problems)and set it as default.
You are right it does have array of features. I tinkered with it a bit. I like the typewriter feature.
We are now 3 for 3. Still tapping toe on Lavasoft. Hmmm free?? I am thinking yes.
Thanks for asking this question a couple of years ago, and all the answers folks!
I've just acquired a relic: an HP / Compaq TC1000 Tablet PC ;) I've had the use of one for an international trip one time, and liked the compactness, and it's kinda cool to use something so behind the times yet ground-breaking – makes me feel all tech-y.
Back to the topic: it runs WinXP TabletPC Edition, and is small on resources: less than 500MB RAM and the ol' Transmeta Crusoe processor running at about 1GHz SOOOOOOO…… what would now be a small, light, effective PDF reader?
And additionally are there any eBook readers (a-la Kindle) suitable for said beastie?
Definitely SumatraPDF. It has come a loong way in the recent years and I would dub it as one of the best in terms of being lightweight – which is what you need in this case. It doesn't have all the bells and features as the others out there, but if all you need is a reader, this is it (it also installs a browser plugin). From my experiences, the rendering quality is hardly discernible, if not better, than the other bloated commercial readers.
Sumatra would certainly be one which would be light on resources…
You will find it here :
Adobe has their official app for WP7. Not sure what's taking them so long on their WP8 update.
My biggest complaint with WP8 is how many WP7 are still not update for 8. Even Microsoft's own Photosynth is updated.
Foxit Reader is awesome. Its lightweight and doesnt take loads of time to load up a pdf.
Try it out here; http://www.foxitsoftware.com/Secure_PDF_Reader/
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