i think Acrobat Reader is the best pdf reader because its rendering feature (high res) , but it is too slow when jumb from page to page and when display large pdf file .
so how i can speed it up ?
i am using windows version 9.3
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Foxit Reader free viewer gives the same quality of display as Acrobat Reader, but is MUCH faster.
Try the following app to see if it can do what you need. Other than that, I don't think there's much you can do.
PDF SpeedUp allows you to significantly speed up the time it takes to load Adobe Reader. If you notice that when the Reader starts it loads many plug-ins which you may or may not need, this program simply disables the plug-ins and loads only the absolute necessary ones so the program starts quickly. It offers several options and you can also manually enable or disable the plug-ins as needed. PDF SpeedUp works with Acrobat versions 5 through 9.
Instead of "download this program that does it for you" (some people like DIY) or "use this other package" (not everyone can just install Foxit instead... not everyone wants to.)...
Look in the Adobe\Reader 9.0\Optional directory... README.TXT says:
"Put unused plug-ins in the optional directory."
1) go to your Adobe\Reader 9.0\ folder
2) move everything from the plugins directory... into the optional directory. If you need something later, move it back.
While at it: Harden Adobe Reader against attacks
Sumatra PDF, ditch Adobe Acrobat Reader, it's not worth the hassle in the long run. All the vulnerabilities, etc.
Although FoxIt Reader is good too, Sumatra PDF can't be beaten in terms of speed. In my opinion.
And no, the OPs questions does not in any way implies he/she's not open to alternatives, which is exactly what I gave.