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What's the purpose of th eother 3 files?
I believe some of them don't have certain features (stripped down versions) like Adobe Air, acrobat.com or the eBay toolbar and another one may have the FedEx/Kinkos button.
I haven't tried installing any of the others so I'm not sure which is which.
I would agree, but how to tell?
I wany none of the other crap.
Silly me, I'm naive to expect that this is "documented" somewhere.
>I would agree, but how to tell?
Not sure. Unfortunately, I don't think they actually want you to download from their FTP but they do allow it. So if you DO choose that route, they expect you to know what's up.
>Silly me, I'm naive to expect that this is "documented" somewhere.
I'm sure it's somewhere but I haven't seen it. Then again, I haven't looked.
Are the installs of Acrobat.com and Adobe Air optional?
If not, is there a download that does not include those options?
> Are the installs of Acrobat.com and Adobe Air optional?
Not sure. You should be able to uninstall afterwards.
Not acceptable, as we do know what crap gets left behind.
Silly ordinary Reader users who download upgrade from the Adobe web site.
We get Hidden installs of Peer 2 Peer sharing software (Adobe AIR) and something utterly ridiculous called Acrobat.com which allows us silly users to create 5 free .pdf documents.
Adobe has turned into another SONY!!!
It's the LAST #(*$^ time they pull this crap on me!
It's open source .pdf stuff from here on out!
I wouldn't give them a plugged nickel for ANYTHING, just because of THEIR ATTITUDE!!!
So, what is the answer to the original question? That is:
FTP site has 4 files:
What is the purpose of each file?
The principle is clear, but what exactly is the content of each file?