Microsoft Edge has its own PDF viewer.
There is an option in Edge that lets you open the web page in Internet Explorer. Also Internet Explorer is still available with Windows 10.
Thank you very much for your answer, but I do not have a problem using edge as a pdf viewer
I want Adobe pro as my standard program to open pdf when I click on a pdf, right now I have to use edge and cannot use Adobe pro to open pdf files.
How I can I change this to my standard option, Adobe Pro just gives me each time I try to change it an error message
But you have the problem with the Edge viewer for PDFs. It cannot be changed, just like FireFox.
You have to save the open PDF from Edge, right mouse click, and then open that saved PDF with Acrobat/Reader.
If you user Internet Explorer than you can open PDFs in IE with Acrobat/Reader.
I see your point, but I paid a lot of money for my Adobe Pro XI and just because of an Windows 10 update or Adobe pro XI update, I cannot tell which caused this, none of my pdfs can automatically be opened with Adobe Pro but just open with edge, I all the time have to do on any pdf right click and then open with Adobe Pro XI.
I just want back to the status, that my pdfs are all automatically opened with my expensive Adobe Pro XI when I double click my pdf. I do not want to have to do the right click thing all the time.
Thank you for your time
Is there any way to disable Edge to permit Acrobat XI Pro to become the default PDF viewer?
I'll try to condense this down.
View provides no method for using any PDF viewer except what icrocoft provides.
View does allow one to open a web page from View into Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer can be set to use Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
Or just use Internet Explorer, which is part of Windows 10.