Microsoft’s much-anticipated new operating system Windows 10 is finally here. Leading up to the release, Adobe and Microsoft spent some time working together to certify Acrobat DC for compatibility with Windows 10. We’re happy to report that Acrobat DC passed every test for reliability, performance, and user experience when installed on Intel-based systems running Microsoft® Windows® 10. In short, you can eagerly install Windows 10 today! Right now! …Without worrying that it won’t play nice with Acrobat DC.
Windows 10 compatibility has already been made available as part of the July update of Acrobat DC (released earlier this month). There are currently no major known issues,* but as with any new release of an operating system, it’s possible that you may see something arise that was not discovered during testing. If you encounter any odd behavior, please report it to us in the Acrobat forum.
Are you on Windows 10 already? What do you think? Let us know in the comments; we’re curious!
*Windows 10 includes a new web browser called Microsoft Edge, in addition to Internet Explorer 11. Currently, the Microsoft Edge browser does not support the Acrobat PDF plugin. Internet Explorer 11, along with other major Windows browsers, continues to support the Acrobat PDF plugin.