Adobe Reader is a free software that is used to access PDF documents. PDF documents can contain different types of content, including texts, images, forms, e-books or a combination of these. Adobe Reader was designed to cross-platform all the contents contained in PDFs, which means that the contents will look the same on a Windows OS as it will on a Mac. It’s also worth mentioning that the latest versions of the Adobe Reader are connted to Adobe Document Cloud, which allows users access their PDF’s on any device. It even allows them to store and access their files on Dropbox, Box and Microsoft OneDrive. To use Adobe Reader, all you need to do is to download it from adobe.com and install any extra components that you may want. Once installed, right click on any document that you want to access using Adobe Reader and click on the “convert to Adobe PDF.” Your device will turn that document into a PDF and open it using Adobe Reader.