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Windows 7: Adobe Reader XI SLOW in Windows 7 64-bit

23 Jun 2015   #11

Windows 7 Pro x64

I recently migrated a SBS 2008 with redirected folders to a 2012 R2 Essentials with redirect folders. I had one user complain that opening Acrobat took 30-40 seconds. I was able to confirm this and adjusting the security did not help for me. What did help was setting an option in the Page Display preferences. At the bottom of the page I clicked Browse for Location and specified a non-redirected folder. I selected "C:\Temp". This resolved the sluggish performance and now Acrobat opens instantly.

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 Adobe Reader XI SLOW in Windows 7 64-bit

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