Really though, where on earth is Adobe with guidance on this issue? I just would really like to have somethinat that fills that niche. I have been using Windows 8 for almost a year, and I still find it very frustrating. A right-click opens a menu with options to change the view mode from continuous to single page, and to search the document. There is no information about this problem on the Microsoft website as far as I can see if you know where the solution is, please tell me. It's sort of a nightmare. I loath and am also grateful that this works. It is basically a version of Adobe Reader that puts all emphasize on the reading part.
Can any one confirm this behavior? Trying to save or save as doesn't do anything. Adobe has just released the application for Windows 8. It's not so bad, except that it doesn't seem as though you can run Adobe Reader in desktop mode. It does not have to be a bad thing though, as minimalistic means that you do not get the bloat that is usually associated with Adobe Reader. I would recommend our app,. There may be a way to do, but why should I have to look so hard t figure that out if there is.
But for god sakes why would you put a reader app that just irritates everybody because it doesn't do much to begin with. Has anyone had the same scenario, and was able to resolve? I went to the link you provided and downloaded the correct version of Adobe Reader and now it is much more user friendly and I can print successfully! This happens only on one of the session hosts, and may be related to the User Profile Disks, but not sure how. Adobe Reader X fails to start when installed on Windows Server 2012 with Remote Desktop Services installed. I'm not overly concerned about apps. Elsewhere online I can see that other people apart from me are having the same problem with Adobe Reader in Windows 8.
When you have Acrobat set as your default use a cmd window to see if there is a file extension association to a file type. Now that we have established that Adobe Reader for Windows 8 is as lightweight as it can get, there is one more thing that we need to address. It's not uncommon for me to be reading 3-4 books, concurrently: a fiction book for myself, keeping up on what my teenager is reading, a computer book, and maybe a game book I rarely game, anymore, but still get a kick out of seeing what's on the market. The problem is that I can't seem to find a way to change the default app based on which interface I'm using. Is there a simple cure for my problem maybe tucked away in Windows 8 for Idiots or somesuch? It doesn't follow the same logic as desktop mode. Its a new app on the Windows market, but it's getting a lot of traction. I'm still having a hard time understanding this fascination with apps.
The advertising model in its current form is coming to an end, and we have to find other ways to continue operating this site. I've run into the problem. This is quite an annoying issue, and I can't find any resolution. Work from any device, mobile or desktop - no signups or installs required. As far as options go, this is as minimalistic as it can get. I called Microsoft support but they said that they do not support this kind of problem, only technical problems. Really a step backward i think.
They've added a touch mode but the touch mode sucks. Which means that you cannot use Adobe Reader in desktop mode, it seems. It opens fast and does not slow down your system when it is running. Advertisement Advertising revenue is falling fast across the Internet, and independently-run sites like Ghacks are hit hardest by it. Hardly an elegant solution, wouldn't you agree? Adobe throws a message that internal error occurred and then closes promt screen. Windows 8 start screen looks like this.
Posted via Windows Phone Central App. Like I said, if you know how to get Adobe Reader to run in desktop mode in Windows 8, I am all ears. They referred me to the Microsoft website. The program ships with little options. Clicking on the search icon, for example, gives you a screen labelled 'Apps'.
Sell me on your favorite. If the spreadsheet - Excel in this case - is running in desktop mode you will also want Adobe Reader to run in desktop mode so that you can just switch your attention back and forth between the two applications, and type in the numbers you need using Excel. The Adobe app is mostly fine, but it drives me nuts that it doesn't remember my location. Usually they're a bit big, but its easier to carry digital than it is several pounds of bulky books! These launch in Metro mode, the touch specific environment. I understand that's not the role Adobe intended for their app. Why take a perfectly good system and ruin it, I wonder what genius over at Microsoft thought that up. That registry edit stopped the app crash for me too.
Nobody has to tell you how to operate it, it's completely intuitive. Desktop mode is where all your applications, such as Outlook or Word, run. The iPad got me to a point where I really don't care about dead-tree books for things like computer books or game rules, and only rarely for other books. This means you will be able to use that application in desktop mode. Trying to Open gives an Adobe internal error. Adobe Reader on the other hand only supports pdf documents and none of the other features. I assumed my printer was the problem, but so glad I did a Google search and found your blog.