As responded in the previous thread:
Click on this link to download the latest version of Adobe Reader:
After you click on the link, you will be taken to the Adobe Reader Download page. Just above the download button, You will see a box with a tick mark in it which indicates McAfee Antivirus will be downloaded too.
Remove the tick mark by clicking on the box and then click on "Download".
This will ensure that only Adobe Reader is downloaded and installed.
The only box above it is to download Google Toolbar , not the Mcafee antivirus.
I’m trying English version, XP os, and Reader X(10.1.1) version.
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You may see one of two appliations - Google Toolbar or McAfee Antivirus when trying to install free Adobe Software.
As long as you uncheck the box (next to Google Toolbar or McAfee), you will be able to install Adobe Reader only and you will have no other software install with it.
It would be really helpful, if they just did not do this. It is monumentally annoying. I always forget to uncheck the box and then have to kill the download. Just another reason to be unhappy with Adobe.