Adobe Reader updated to 10.0.1

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Date: Wednesday, February 9th, 2011, 10:14
Category: News, Software

On Wednesday, Adobe released version 10.0.1 of its Adobe Reader application. The update, which can also be snagged through the Adobe Update Utility, adds the following fixes and changes:

– Numerous security fixes as well as improvements to Protected Mode, QTP support, Flash, and support for SCCM via newly released SCUP catalogs.

Acrobat Reader 10.0.1 and Acrobat Pro requires an Intel-based processor and Mac OS X 10.4 or later to install and run.

If you’ve tried the new versions and noticed any differences, please let us know what you think.

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2 Responses to “Adobe Reader updated to 10.0.1”

  1. how i can install adobe reader 10.0.1 on mine internet ?
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  2. I’m a systems manager for a large (now massive in the past few days – go research that clue yourself…) IT security company.

    After all the fanfare and excitement, I deployed Reader X via MS GPO. Turned out it was flawed and I had to retract that version. Instead, we had no choice but to stick with good ‘ol faithful 9.4.1.

    Today I saw 10.0.1 came out – “Hurrah!” I exclaimed (for the second time). But no, they still haven’t addressed DFS (what’s that? Oh nothing, a silly little thing to have on your network evidently!!) compatibility with Windows XP clients.

    XP accounts for (still) 55% of MS operating system usage. Adobe release a major software upgrade… patch it… and yet it still doesn’t work.

    Pfft!