Foxit Reader was named to PC world's '101 Fabulous Freebies' list in Tune Up (Utilities and System Tools).
The article is featured in the May 2006 issue of PC World, on newsstands April 11. It reflects that Foxit Reader wins most of votes from readers of the computer magazine about freeware. " In Utilities and System Tools, the clear winner was Foxit Corporation's Reader, the free tool that lets you view PDF files, and edit any of the text they contain." the magazine reported.
"...Adobe Reader isn't your only option for viewing PDF files. Foxit Reader requires no installation--just run the executable--and it launches in about 1 second. Plus, it includes some desirable tools that Adobe lacks, such as a 'typewriter' that lets you edit any text in the PDF, not just in form fields."written by Dylan Tweney, an author of PC world. "In our experience, when it comes to viewing PDF files, Foxit Reader beats Adobe Reader hands-down."
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