PDF Preview for Windows 7 1.0
PDF Preview allows Windows 7 users to immediately take advantage of the PDF preview functionality to view PDF documents without needing to open them.
This free PDF preview software installs PDF Preview add-in for Windows Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Outlook, and automatically configures itself to preview a PDF file in the Preview pane of Windows Explorer or in the Reading pane in Outlook 2007, 2010, 2012 and future versions. The first PDF page is shrinked as a thumbnail, and you can zoom in if you double-click on the thumbnail.
The software also includes a PDF icon previewer to preview PDF documents in their respective thumbnail icons. Your system default icon for PDF file type will be replaced by the thumbnail icons.
This freeware program is specifically designed for Windows 7, and works on both Windows 7 32-bit and Windows 64-bit systems. The software outperforms its peers both in speed and stability.
Preview PDF document PDF document can be previewed in thumbnail when it is not opened via the Preview Handler interface in Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
Thumbnail PDF Icon The icon of your PDF document is generated on the fly according to the content of the first page in your PDF document.
Support PDF files of all versions Just install the software, and it works with all versions of PDF files.
Fast display The preview thumbnail can be displayed instantly after you mouse click on it.
High-quality rendering PDF Preview for Windows 7 gives your PDF files a high-quality preview thumbnail.
Work with 86 different languages PDF files with Asian, Hebrew, Arabic et al fonts can be opened and viewed without difficulty.
64-bit optimization On Windows 7 64-bit operating system, PDF Preview works as twice as much faster than on 32-bit.
With Google Mobile App installed you can read your RSS feeds in Google Reader on your iPhone view it
Get your Gmail messages without visiting the site with this handy Gmail RSS tip view it
Buying, downloading and reading books on the iPad view it
What is a portable document format (PDF) file and how is it used? view it
Print to PDF with PrimoPDF view it
What's hot and what's not in Google Reader view it