Microsoft Edge browser gets Adobe Acrobat tools extension

Microsoft Edge browser receives a new Adobe Acrobat extension that will make it easier for users to work with PDFs. The feature will allow users to view PDF files, fill out PDF forms, add comments, etc. Users will be able to do all of this without having to exit their web browser.

The Acrobat extension, once installed in your Microsoft Edge browser, will provide the functionality of Adobe Acrobat Reader directly from your browser. Adding this new feature will make the process of working with multiple PDF documents much simpler than before, and allow users to streamline paperwork and save time.

Users will be able to use the extension with a free trial or subscription to Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. The extension will allow you to perform tasks such as converting, compressing, organizing and combining files.

Microsoft Edge is currently available on Windows 10 and 11 as well as supported versions of Mac OS. Before installing the extension, you will need to update the Edge browser to the latest version of it.

Users can download Acrobat for Microsoft Edge from the Edge add-on store. While working on a group project, Acrobat for Microsoft Edge will allow users to add comments to PDFs, eliminating the need to explain their ideas via email.

In other news, Adobe recently announced that it is introducing the ability to edit, share, and access projects made in Photoshop and Illustrator on a web browser with a focus on connected creativity and authenticity of content.

The company also announced the “Content Credentials” feature for Photoshop, where creators can secure their work with their identity. The company confirmed the same at its annual Adobe Max conference, where it announced a slew of new features for its suite of products with a focus on connectivity.

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