Reader is still free.
As to enterprise "installs" Adobe does provide related documentation.
Perhaps someone reading this thread will provide a link to it.
So how do I get Adobe Reader back? When I tried to install it, it stopped because the DC version is installed.
You can use cleaner tool Download Adobe Reader and Acrobat Cleaner Tool - Adobe Labs to completely remove traces of Reader DC and restart the system.
Then you can install Adobe Reader from here : http://get.adobe.com/reader/enterprise/
Reader DC isn't replacing the regular Reader. It IS the regular Reader, and replaces the older version in the same way that 9 replaced 8 and XI replaced X.
Adobe made it confusing, but it is just the latest version of Reader: it went version 8, 9, X, XI, DC. Also, Adobe changed the name from "Adobe Reader" to "Acrobat Reader".
Some people have the idea that Reader DC is a new concept and Reader XI is a continuing product. It isn't.
Some people have the idea (for good reason, because the name is unhelpful) that Reader DC is a different kind of software that "runs on the cloud". It isn't.
Here we are over a year after DC was released and Adobe is still updating Reader XI with the current version at 11.0.16!
Being that Reader is free and apparently an updated version. Am I wasting money by purchasing it. I am learning web development therefore I will more than likely be investing in more applications. Should I stop the current Reader and go with the free app till I find the need for more?
Yes, Adobe continue to do security fixes until end of life (some time in 2017 I think). Seems a good thing, but leads some people to the mistaken idea that XI has a parallel life and future.