The Foxit Reader is a free PDF reader that supports multiple languages and offers itself in two editions: the basic and the full versions. Like most alternative PDF readers, the Foxit Reader is minimalistic and lightweight, trumping the de facto industry standard, the Adobe Acrobat Reader, in both file size and load times, including memory footprints and resource allocation. Although quite lightweight, the Foxit Reader has a lot of features reminiscent of full-featured, commercial software in this field, including annotation, completion and saving of unfinished PDF forms, text conversion, highlighting and drawing, and FDF import and export capabilities. It supports both Windows and Linux, although the Windows version has more extended features compared to the GNU/Linux edition. There are also editions of the Foxit Reader exclusively for mobile devices.
A PDF reader enables users to access documents saved as Portable Document Formats, which have been gaining momentum that last ten years as the go-to format for sensitive and official documents. The reason for this are multiple, but primary of these is that PDFs are more secure than other document formats, and can be accessed anywhere, since PDF readers are far smaller than, say, word processor software which need to be present to access documents
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