PDFill PDF Editor Basic Specifications
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PDFill PDF Editor Basic Review
Last Updated: 2019-05-08 10:04:15
PDFill is a PDF editor that has a surprising amount of features built into it. While most editors come built in with splitting, merging, encrypting, rotating, drawing and such, it also has a number of other, significant features such as converting PDFs to an image, converting images to PDF (incredibly useful if you scan a lot), converting postscripts into PDs, and more.
What's more is that once you install it, a PDF button appears inside various Microsoft applications such as Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excell to start PDFill directly. This means that if you're working hard on a project, you won't need to alt-tab away to boot it up from the taskbar - very useful if you're in the flow of things and don't want to break your concentration for even a second. There is also an option to insert this into various browsers, and integrate it directly into Windows itself. These options can be turned off during installation if you're nervous about a program burying itself so deep into Windows, so fear not.
Not only is PDFill a competent editor, but it also comes with PDFill Writer and PDFill Tools. PDFill Writer lets you create PDF files by attaching itself to your printer. What this means is that every time you print, you can also create a PDF from it as a backup. PDFill Tools enhances the editor experience and gives you many more tools to the point where it can almost resemble a full image editing software.
If you need to work with PDFs often, I would highly suggest buying the full version. The free version comes fully featured, but stamps a watermark over everything you use it for. If you're looking to just dabble around, then the free version is plenty too. Overall, this is a very strong program that I would encourage anyone to give a shot.
PDFill PDF Editor Basic Requirements and Limitations