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  • 1.0 stars

    "Adobe...work on improving products, not destroying them"

    August 26, 2015  |   By Clean Gene

    Version: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Pros

    The new UI is an interesting take on trying to make Acrobat feel refreshed.

    Cons

    - UI is a significant divergence from the past that will leave loyal fans and experienced user frustrated at times.
    - Adobe continues to "gut" the Portfolio features. (I know Flash all but dead, but that's why we have HTML5.)
    - Converting docx files to pdf is still a much longer process then just using the feature built into Word (2010 add-on, 2013, and 2015 technical preview)

    Summary

    Although I didn't perform an exhaustive review of Acrobat DC, I didn't find much of any reason to upgrade. Additionally, most all the comments submitted by previous reviewers all seem to be on par with my experience.

    Functionality - Overall a C. Didn't find any real improvements to speed and overall functions available, with exception to Cloud integration.
    Fit/Feel - Overall F-. The new look and feel was too much of a jump and will take some additional familiarization time. Reminds me of Microsoft's jump from Win7 to Win8, not fun.

    Adobe please stop destroying all the cool things you introduced with Acrobat 9 in regards to creating Portfolios.

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  • 1.0 stars

    "Acrobat 9 was great XI and DC Suck"

    June 18, 2015  |   By SIGMET

    Version: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Pros

    None that I can think of. Can I pick a zero star? That would be a pro.

    Cons

    Freezes when you want to edit, less user friendly. The only reason I updated to it was that when I wanted to download certain PDF's I was told I needed to upgrade to a current version , guess what, I spent over $300 and I am still getting the same message. Acrobat is an expensive joke with little or no support. It has been so disappointing that even wasted more of my time writing this because I'm so ticked off. Way not to take care of a loyal customer. Want to change my mind give me an update that fixes this junker and I'll write some thing good. Oh yeah trying to install McAfee doesn't make me any happier .

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  • 1.0 stars

    "Adobe Acrobat DC Sucks"

    June 7, 2015  |   By blubberluver

    Version: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Pros

    There are none!

    Cons

    Unable to roll back to earlier version. Do not install. Breaks many word processing programs.

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  • 1.0 stars

    "Adobe Pro DC Sucks"

    April 30, 2015  |   By drsullivan48

    Version: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Pros

    None - customer support sucks too

    Cons

    The writer of this article must have republished the DC press release. You have no control over edit documents, the new forms doesn't work. DC auto converts docs when trying to edit, then you have to revert to original document. The text conversion is horrible. You can't disable these new auto options they installed. I would like to be able to control how and when I edit documents, make forms, ....
    Customer support only provides work arounds to what used to work!

    Summary

    It's a terrible product and too expensive for their Cloud. I don't need work arounds to stuff that worked before.

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  • 1.0 stars

    "Sucks, come on Adobe"

    April 16, 2015  |   By Timbo J King

    Version: Adobe Acrobat Pro DC

    Pros

    None None None

    Cons

    Do you guys actually talk to professionals or even users. I wish I could good back to Acrobat 9. Don't install this update.

    They got rid of the thumbnails, which totally screws over work flow. On Adobe's website, they said we had to get rid of it for tech reasons. Really?

    Summary

    Adobe keeps making more and more bloatware. Stop dumbing things down and make streamline professional programs like you use to.

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