Support site and the Adobe Support Blog. Adobe was the only software vendor that never went away, just changed its name to Acrobat. In the meantime however, there are still good reasons to continue using Acrobat, including its productivity applications and professional tools. Adobe is going for a much more powerful Reader XI for the mobile audience, but this will probably not be included until 2019. The Reader XI will bring together more features including PDF-to-HTML conversion to allow publishers and ad networks to push the PDFs to the browsers. It has the flexibility to edit PDFs directly in the Reader or export them. While Reader XI is powered by Adobe Reader X, it has support for the latest version of Adobe Reader XI. This means that Adobe was looking towards a version that was a bit more up-to-date but still offers all the basic functions. Adobe had the vision that Reader XI would become the desktop version of Acrobat XI for mobile applications, but it was never able to implement it. So the Reader is a portable PDF editor and the desktop version of Acrobat XI is going to disappear. This will result in an important loss of value for customers, as they will lose their main tool for producing PDFs and will have to rely on external tools. I was able to acquire Adobe Reader XI in 2016, which works well for me. The Reader is a lightweight and light-weight reader for reading PDFs. Adobe Reader is a portable software and is very portable. The Reader is available for Windows (XP), Windows Vista and Windows 7, Mac OS X (10.6), Apple (macOS) and Linux. Some functions are not available in Reader XI, but they are not difficult to add. For example, Microsoft Windows has built in Word/Excel plug-ins, Windows 10 users will probably have the Office plug-in as well. Adobe Reader provides PDF files to you with the PDF converter. It was available for Windows from the original release in 1996, but later for Macintosh (10.2) and Linux (2.0). In later years Adobe stopped providing the PDF converters. A reader like Photoshop is a program that is used by those who want to prepare, edit and transform digital images. Adobe Reader's digital photos are the best available. It also has Photoshop plug-ins you can download to create your own effects.