I corrected this by downgrading to 8.13.. So much for that…
I’ve had an issue where a IE8 link would not open and Adobe Reader would generate a blank warning window with just an OK to click. The IE8 page was blank.
UPDATE: Karl has tried recheck browser viewing using the latest (version 6, build 7100) ВP– still no luck.
I have had Adobe Reader 9 installed on Windows 7 for the past few days and it appears to work A-OK. No crushes or obvious issues so far, although that’s not a guarantee that there isn’t problems — just that I haven’t discovered them yet. Experiment at your own risk.
Installing software on an unsupported operating system isn’t usually a good idea. In fact, it is quite often fraught with risk, as a lot of people found in 2006 when they tried to install software on Windows Vista that was originally been built for Windows XP and hadn’t been updated yet. Luckily — so far — it seems like it is going to be a far smoother transition from Windows Vista to Windows 7. Which brings me to the topic of this post.
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