Foxit is an award-winning PDF reader that lets you view, create, convert, annotate, print, and share PDFs. The program has won a bunch of awards, and it’s free. Why not give it a try?
You can download it by clicking here to head over to their website. Then click the big, orange Free Download button.
Follow the prompt to save the file.
Go to your downloads folder and click on the Foxit .exe file.
Then follow the instructions from the installation wizard.
The program is free for a single personal user on a computer. And it works with Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. You can also use with Mac OS 10.8 and above.
The interface of this program should look pretty familiar to people who use Microsoft Office.
Unlike a lot of free PDF readers, Foxit allows you to create PDFs. It’s as simple as clicking Create.
As you can see, opening an existing PDF looks remarkably similar to opening an office document.
If you choose to create an account and register your copy, you’ll have access to more features. Click the Help tab to learn more about how the program works.
I think you’ll find this free program offers a lot of nice features.