Windows cannot open PDF files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
We strongly recommend that you run a Instant Scan for related errors.
The PDF file extension is used to refer to portable document files, a cross-platform document format created by the Adobe Acrobat software application or similar Acrobat plug-in additions. PDF files can contain text, images, forms, outlines and annotations and are designed to preserve original data, font and formatting, even when sent by email or available online. PDF files are commonly used to send documents and text files as attachments or for protecting published documents against alteration or copying. PDF files are very widely used and supported and can be opened with the appropriate software.
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