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Information about .pdf File Extension

PDF Document is a cross-platform document created by Adobe Acrobat or a similar program. It is commonly used for e-mail attachments or for saving publications in a standard format for viewing on multiple computers. PDF files may contain text, images, forms, annotations and other data; they preserve fonts and formatting across multiple platforms and appear the same on the screen as they will when printed on paper.

More information about .pdf extension: Wikipedia



Common .pdf file type descriptions:

  • Adobe Acrobat Document
  • Foxit Reader PDF Document
  • PDF Document
  • PDF-XChange Viewer Document
  • Nitro PDF Document

Applications, associated with .pdf files

Internet Explorer iconInternet Explorer by Microsoft Corporation
Internet Explorer is a browser produced by the Microsoft Corporation and supplied together with the Windows operating system.
Paint iconPaint by Microsoft Corporation
Notepad iconNotepad by Microsoft Corporation
Notepad is a simple text editor for Microsoft Windows. It has been included in all versions of Microsoft Windows.
Wondershare PDFelement iconWondershare PDFelement by Wondershare
PDF Vista iconPDF Vista by PDF Complete Inc
Microsoft Office Picture Manager iconMicrosoft Office Picture Manager by Microsoft Corporation
Windows Photo Viewer iconWindows Photo Viewer by Microsoft Corporation
Universal Viewer Pro iconUniversal Viewer Pro by UVViewSoft
WPS Writer iconWPS Writer by Zhuhai Kingsoft Office Software Co.,Ltd
IVONA Reader Pro iconIVONA Reader Pro by IVONA Software Sp. z o.o.
Adobe Photoshop iconAdobe Photoshop by Adobe Systems®, Incorporated
A leading paint program from Adobe Systems, Inc. For many years, Photoshop has been the model against which other paint programs are compared.
Foxit Reader Portable iconFoxit Reader Portable by
Perfect PDF Reader iconPerfect PDF Reader by soft Xpansion
Foxit PhantomPDF 6.0 iconFoxit PhantomPDF 6.0 by Foxit Software Company
PDF Pro 10 Editor iconPDF Pro 10 Editor by Visagesoft
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