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Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 for HPC2000


Application Name Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 for HPC2000
Version 1.0
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
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Unofficial Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 for Handheld PC 2000 devices.
Description Adobe Systems inc. release a StrongArm binary of their Acrobat Reader for the Pocket PC in 2001. However did not release a Handheld PC binary.
Users outside of HPC:Factor have been successful in running the Pocket PC version of reader under the Handheld PC with a number of library modifications.

A compiled binary has been created by HPC:Factor with all of the necessary modifications and library adjustments included. Allowing for successful use under HPC2000 StrongArm and MIPS devices.

While a MIPS binary is now available, the MIPS version has not undergone any internal testing at HPC:Factor. Reports from beta testing have been mixed.
All feedback on the distributions should be addressed to the forums.

Please Note: During installation you will be prompted to overwrite system files. You must allow this. Please close all open applications and tray utilities before beginning the installation process.

By downloading the file from HPC:Factor you must agree to the EULA terms.
Installation Instructions This file contains all of the sub resources required to run this program under HPC2000 on a ARM processor. The use of this program with other stub files present on the system may cause compatiblity issues.
Tags Adobe, PDF, reader
Popularity 32
Total Downloads 15027
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 27 December 2012


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