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Adobe Acrobat PDF reader is already natively supported in the Microsoft Edge 111 Stable browser

via:IT之家     time:2023/3/18 8:04:13     readed:48

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Following the release of the Edge 111 Stable version earlier this week, Microsoft has pushed another minor update to the browser. The Edge browser version number will now be 111.0.1661.44, up from 111.0.1661.41.

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The small update, which includes the Adobe Acrobat PDF engine natively embedded in the Microsoft Edge built-in PDF reader, is being pushed in steps and is not yet available to most users.

Attached to this update log is the IT House:

  • New Microsoft Edge PDF Experience Strategy: As part of a partnership between Adobe and Microsoft to redefine the future of the workplace and your digital experience, we are natively embedding the Adobe Acrobat PDF engine into the Microsoft Edge built-in PDF reader with a planned release date of March 2023. Administrators can begin testing the new Microsoft Edge PDF reader powered by the Adobe Acrobat PDF engine by enabling the NewPDFReaderEnabled policy.

Policy update

New strategy

  • ShowAcrobatSubscriptionButton - in Microsoft button displayed on the Edge of local PDF reader, allowing users to register Adobe Acrobat subscription.

  • NewPDFReaderEnabled - Enables the Microsoft Edge built-in PDF reader powered by Adobe Acrobat

According to Microsoft's previous introduction, the function is available in Win10 and Win11, the basic functions are still free, but if you want to use advanced functions, such as editing text, PDF conversion to other formats, then you need to subscribe to Acrobat, already subscribed users can use in Edge.

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