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Re: [tdf-discuss] New "LibreOffice Reader" Eliminates Need for "PDF Reader"


Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
I checked the size of C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 9.0\ on my remaining Windows XP SP3 computer, 
and the size is 137MB, smaller than the 181MB for Reader 10.0 on my Windows 7 system.

So I still don't have any way to account for the reported observation of a 6GB folder.  I don't 
doubt it, I just can't attribute it to the normal installation footprint of Adobe Reader.

It would be interesting to know what folders within the 6GB Reader folder are the largest and what 
they appear to contain.

 - Dennis
It appears to be a bug in Windows 7, when you first take a properties reading on a folder, it displays the disk space used by the higher level folder that it is part of and not the size of the folder you are clicking on. the Adobe folder was 6.2 gigs, the Adobe reader folder was in fact 181 megabytes. apparently to get an accurate reading, you have to click on a sub file and then go up to the folder you want.
-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Derman [mailto:robert.derman@pressenter.com] Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2011 11:55
To: discuss@documentfoundation.org
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] New "LibreOffice Reader" Eliminates Need for "PDF Reader"

Sean White wrote:
I dont thinks thats normal somehow, i have been using Adobe Reader for years
and have NEVER had it come past 200MB.

Back to discussion, what's with all the PDF hate.
Actually I don't hate PDF, I use it frequently and as such I am glad that OOo and LO have the capability of outputting in that format. My only real complaint is that Adobe has let their reader application become unnecessarily bloated, see below. [ ... ]
Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:

My Windows 7 C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Reader 10.0\ folder is 181 MB.

Where do you get the 6 GB?
I simply right clicked on the folder that contains adobe reader 9 and
nothing else, the rest of the Adobe products are in a folder one level up
that also contains the reader folder, in any case when I click properties,
that is the size it lists, in fact to be more exact 6.2 gigabytes.  I did
the same with the folder containing LibreOffice, and it listed the size of
that as 475 megabytes.  So I am pretty much forced to believe it.  Perhaps
Adobe is going in the right direction again in the transition from reader 9
to reader 10, and dumping some unnecessary crap.
[ ... ]




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