As you may be aware by default windows 10 opens PDF chrome rotate and save pdf in EDGE. But for the life of me i can seem to find a rotate command any where.

Am i blind or is it missing. Can anyone recommend a nice clean and fast viewer that works in windows 10 that has the rotate command? The one from tracker software? PDF XChange I installed the thing couple weeks ago, been using it for years, as it plays nicely as a browser add-in as well as standalone viewer — only recently did they throw in the editor functionality.

Nitro Reader here just make it default in Apps and Edge will butt out. Checking out thew options now. Xodo Docs is all I have ever used on 8. Been using Foxit Reader for a while. Working fine on windows 10. I think Adobe is over 130mb now just for a friggin reader.

Yep mate, Adobe has turned into massive bloatware. Or instal Firefox as browser which by default displays pdf with more controls available and can be set to open pdf using the default reader. It is only a few MB large and no-frills. Even Foxit is too bloated for my liking.

It is available in the MS Store. You can rotate, and save files, as well as merge together two files, etc. The changes can then be saved directly from the Xodo interface. Faster than chrome and edge and has the tools to rotate.

Works perfectly for me and only 11. If I try and open a PDF in Firefox Quantum, it just prompts me to download the file. That’s from a second hard drive, not the C drive. PDFescape Free PDF Editor – Free download and software reviews – CNET Download.

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