Adobe Acrobat Reader 1
Date Released: June 15, 1993
File Size: 8.00 MB
Operation Systems: DOS (Disk Operating System)
License: Free (Demo)
Last Updated: February 10, 2020
The Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 was released for the public on 15 June 1993, as the first version of the Adobe Acrobat software line. It runs as a graphical, 16-bit on top of an existing MS-DOS operating system.
The DOS version of the Acrobat Reader program closely resembles the Microsoft Windows version of the Reader program.
The Acrobat Reader program is part of the Adobe Acrobat family of software. Acrobat software lets you create, view, and print documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF) – regardless of the computer, operating system, font, or application used to create the original documents. PDF files retain all the formatting, fonts, and graphics of the original documents, and virtually any document can be converted into a PDF file.
You can use the Acrobat Reader program to view, search, and print documents that have been converted to the Portable Document Format. You can also use the Reader program to view and print notes attached to PDF files.
Adobe Reader 1 is not supported and no longer available for download from Adobe web site. However, you could find and download the Adobe Reader 1 below on the web page.