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Microsoft Edge will use the Adobe Acrobat engine to display PDF files

Microsoft and Adobe have moved to a new level of cooperation. In a joint statement, the companies said the PDF reader built into Microsoft Edge will be powered by Adobe Acrobat. This update will improve performance and improve security features.

This integration will improve the PDF experience in Microsoft Edge, including greater clarity, more accurate colors, and improved features for people with disabilities. Adobe Acrobat integration will first appear in the browser version for Windows 10 and Windows 11, and will later be available on macOS. Those looking for more advanced features such as text and image editing, PDF conversion and merging can purchase an Acrobat subscription through Microsoft Edge.

The transition to the new PDF reader will happen gradually between March and September 2023. The old PDF reader will be removed from Microsoft Edge in March 2024.


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