Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Adobe Reader 9 full standalone installation

Adobe Reader 9 is the latest release of this PDF viewing tool. It lets you view, print, search and share Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files using a variety of platforms and devices.

Version 9.1 fixes a security holes in Adobe Reader, related to a buffer overflow issue, and the ability to view FLV and SWF files in PDF documents.

Version 9.2 fixes security holes in Acrobat related to memory corruption, overflow and input validation issues.

Version 9.3 fixes vulnerabilities that could cause the application to crash and could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

Version 9.4 resolve issues in Reader and Flash Player.

[Click here to download (AdbeRdr940_en_US.exe - 26.4 Mb)]

Last updated on October 6, 2010.


  1. Thanks so much for this file. It is impossible to get it directly from Adobe - I've just spent nearly 25 minutes on their site, wasting my time. Talk about pushing people to the opposition!

  2. Actually, I've been able to download the standalone package from Adobe itself when I tried to install 9.4 on an old W2K pro. Guess it doesn't support Adobe's download manager, lucky me.

  3. I have to agree with Tracey, what a waist of time looking directly on their site. But unlikely her, after 2 min i was out of there. I don't know what they were thinking giving only direct online installation. What about PC on production line with no internet connection that requires to opens pdf reports build in the Manager rooms? Tx for the exe.

  4. Thank you so very much for posting this file! I'm a Windows 7 user, so I'm forced to use the automatically-downloaded-and-installed Adobe Download Manager (an abject waste of my hard disk drive space) whenever I try to download any product from Adobe.com. I also manage a small network and build/repair computers as a hobby, so having access to stand-alone application installers (as opposed to spending hours discovering that ADM *intentionally*does NOT provide them) is indeed a beautiful thing. You rock! (BTW, I feel your pain, Simon. Tracey, you've got it right--no more overpriced and increasingly troublesome Adobe products for me. Lastly to you, Marcus--I, too, miss the days of Win2K!) Cheers, all! :]

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