I have a PDF with more than 3200 comments and so I can't use Acrobat Reader the same way as let's say a document with 10 comments. By this I mean the software becomes too slow. Task manager shows about 400MB of 16 GB RAM used with CPU constantly at 20% at 4 GHz.
I strongly believe either Acrobat Reader is coded just to handle 100 to 300 comments or I need a Threadripper sort of CPU... just to view/annotate PDFs. Or maybe my CPU is just not suited for this task.
CPU: AMD 3500X
RAM: 16 GB @2400MHz
Storage used: SSD
Graphics: GTX 1650
As per the issue description mentioned above, Reader is getting slow when adding 3200 comments on the pdf . Is that correct?
There is no pending updates and it is highly replicable.
This can be repeated by anyone as long as you have a pdf and a large number of comments. This is not a bug, just the way pdf is handled.
Im on the way making a pdf with random text and will incorporate comments. Maybe it can help debug.