Mozilla's latest version of Firefox conveniently includes a built-in PDF viewer. If you prefer your own PDF viewer, here's how to change it.
Be able to choose to download or open PDFs in standalone apps rather than the browser window with a quick and easy fix.
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Mozilla today released version 19 of its popular Firefox browser, and in the new version implemented a long-awaited built-in PDF viewer.
The latest update offers a better way to view your PDFs and push notifications if someone shares a folder with you.
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The desktop version of Mozilla's browser beta is shunting Adobe's PDF plug-in aside, and the Android version works on 15 million more smartphones.
Older versions of Adobe's PDF plug-in may be inadvertently installed and cause strange behavior in Mountain Lion.
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Version 2.0 of the app kicks in a viewer for Adobe PDFs, lets you store documents on Box, and allows you to e-mail files as attachments.