8 Best PDF Document Viewers for Linux Systems

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50 Responses

  1. 01101001b says:

    I was searching for a PDF viewer with a small memory print but usable and GV is a real find and surprisingly small if you consider all it does. Thank you!

  2. copyme says:

    Correct me if I am wrong, but Okular does not support 3D embadded graphics. The PDF media extension is currently only supported by Adobe Reader.

  3. Suvi says:

    The screenshots didn’t show one important thing: In Okular, you can have the normal menubar (file, edit, view etc) which makes your life so easy. In evince, there used to be a similar menubar, but no more – just the awful hamburger button with many missing properties. The new evince (3.28) has also another problem: resizing he window doesn’t work at least in kde plasma.

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