Adobe Pro DC goes Not Responding every time while launching the application

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Adobe Pro Dc goes not responding while launching the application. It works when i go with Run as an admin but not with normal domain account. Tried re-installing, uncheck Enable Protected mode, used Cloud Cleaner Tool but nothing works. Please help

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Ways to fix Adobe Acrobat Reader DC not responding-


1. Update Adobe Acrobat Reader DC manually
update Adobe Acrobat Reader
Visit the official website and look for the latest patch version. Download updates manually and then double-click to install them. Once installed, reboot your PC and check.

We strongly recommend that you always run updated software on your system, as it is the best way to protect yourself against security vulnerabilities and benefit from the latest fixes and compatibility updates.

Something to take note is that you should always download the latest version of any software from official sources, or where that is not possible, from reputable websites.

Luckily, you can download Acrobat Reader DC from Adobe’s website with ease, so waste no more time.


Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Worried that Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is not responding? Updating it will help you fix the issue in no time!


2. Run the program in compatibility mode
Go to the following file path:
C:Program Files (x86)AdobeAcrobat Reader DCReader
Locate AcroRd32.exe.adobe acrobat reader
Right-click AcroRd32.exe and go to Properties.
Go to the Compatibility tab.
Right under Compatibility mode, check the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for.
Select Windows.
Try launching Adobe Acrobat Reader DC again.

3. Run the program with Admin rights
Go to the following file path:
C:/Program Files(x86)/Adobe/Acrobat Reader DC/Reader
adobe acrobat reader
Locate AcroRd32.exe.
Right-click AcroRd32.exe and go to Properties.
Go to the Compatibility tab.
Check the box next to where it says Run this program as an administrator.
Try launching Adobe Acrobat Reader DC again.


4. Disable protected mode
Launch Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.
Click Edit.
Go to Preferences.
Uncheck the box next to Enable protected mode at startup.
Click OK and re-launch Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

 

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Rachel Gomez

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