Has anyone run into this problem yet? PDFs Enhanced 7 help : r/open source May 25, 2023 — I used a free PDFs Advanced installation on Windows, which I downloaded through Google. However, now after I upgraded to PDFs Enhanced 7, I can't get past installing the file and seeing this error. Has anyone else had this problem? PDFs Basic 18.104.22.168 : r/Open Source — Reddit Dec 7, 2023 — Is PDFs Advanced Safe? R/Open Source — Reddit Dec 7, 2023 — Yes. The only problem I have encountered, is that some apps from Adobe do not install properly (e.g. Acrobat Reader), and when using Adobe Acrobat, PDFs Basic does not appear on the Windows Desktop. This means that Acrobat Reader will not open. When installing PDFs Advanced, just copy the file, and install it normally. In addition, I was able to open Adobe Acrobat on Windows 7 but not on Windows 10 (at least not when I opened the application through a shortcut). Aug 21, 2023 — I have tried installing PDFs Advanced on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Pro using the Windows Software Acquisition Tool. The installation is pretty standard. However, one thing it does not do is install the PDFs Advanced Windows Helper. It also does not install the built-in PDF Viewer app at all. If I use the PDFs Helper to open a PDF file I see that the file is not accessible on the Windows desktop. Also, when I right-click a PDF file, it doesn't appear to show me the PDF reader icon and does not show me the PDF reader shortcut in the launcher bar. Does anyone have an idea how to fix this? Anyone got a suggestion to try? PDFs Basic 22.214.171.124 : r/Open Source — Reddit Feb 9, 2023 — I downloaded PDFs Basic in the past and had no problems. However, recently I also downloaded PDFs Enhanced by Adobe and had some problems. When starting PDFs, I get this error message: “Couldn't read the file. Try again in a minute”. I have never had this problem before. As for the new download it says there might be adware.