PDF Editor Reviewed by Linux Magazine Italy

Thank you to Luca Tringali at Linux Magazine Italy for writing an article about Qoppa’s Advanced PDF Editor for Linux! We’re publishing below the article translated from Italian to English, with his permission. QOPPA PDF STUDIO: SAME AS ACROBAT AT A FRACTION OF THE PRICE Any office must work with PDFs. Today every document digital is sent in PDF format, […]

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File sharing broken after Security Update for macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

On November 29th 2017 Apple released a critical security update (Security Update 2017-001) to fix a major vulnerability. If you have not yet installed the security fix, we highly recommend you do so. After installing this critical security update some users have found that their File Sharing was broken. Apple has acknowledged the issue and […]

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PCWorld Best PDF Editors of 2017: Great Review for Qoppa’s PDF editor!

We were glad to see this spontaneous unpaid review in PCWord (which is a great website) about PDF Studio, Qoppa’s advanced PDF editing application for Windows, Mac and Linux. This review is part of PCWorld best PDF editors of 2017 roundup. The Pros The author, Michael Ansaldo, wrote with great enthusiasm about the features found in our […]

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Why Redaction is BETTER than Pixelating or Blurring

Using text pixelation or blurring has recently become a popular way to protect documents because of its aesthetic appeal over black boxes. The problem with this type of “redaction” is that since the text is not actually removed software can be used to easily decode or recover the blurred or pixelated text. Take a look at these articles […]

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Adobe Acrobat Reader Force Installing Chrome Extension

The latest version of Acrobat Reader DC (15.023.20053) has been released to fix various security holes that allow malware to enter and control your system. This update also silently installs the Acrobat Reader DC extension into your Chrome browser (Windows Only). The extension is installed automatically without any input from the user and also has anonymous usage data collection turned […]

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Is Master PDF Editor for Linux free, at least for non-commercial use?

Q: Is Master PDF Editor for Linux free? A: No, Master PDF Editor is NOT free. The paragraph below can be found on the purchase page of www.code-industry.net, the publishers for Master PDF Editor: Generally we provide fully-functional trial copies of our commercial software for immediate download, so you are welcome use a trial copy […]

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Windows 10 comes with a PDF Printer Driver!

With the release of Windows 10, you can now print directly to PDF without having to install any third party software or drivers. Windows 10 comes packaged with native PDF support that allows users to print any content from any application as a PDF. To print anything as a PDF in Windows 10 just print the document as […]

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What are the best PDF annotation tools in Ubuntu Linux?

PDF Studio is mentioned in this Quora thread (What are the best annotations in Ubuntu Linux?) as a tool that is fully compatible with Adobe Acrobat. Any PDF documents created or edited with PDF Studio are fully compliant with the PDF specifications and will render correctly in any compliant PDF reader (such as Adobe Reader) and on any […]

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Review of Qoppa Software’s PDF Studio

Ray Ambrosi, a long time user of PDF Studio, recently wrote a review about PDF Studio. Here is an extract of Ray’s review: After using PDF Studio extensively for several years, I have come to rely on it as my preferred PDF software for reading and editing PDF documents on my computer (…). Why do […]

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