Sumatra PDF is a slim, free, open-source PDF reader for Windows. Portable out of the box.
Why another PDF reader?
Sumatra has a minimalistic design. Simplicity has a higher priority than a lot of features.
It’s small and starts up very fast.
It’s designed for portable use: only one file so you can run it from external USB drive. Doesn’t write to registry.
Download from here.
Changes in this relase:
- improved text selection and copying. We now mimic the way a browser or Adobe Reader works: just select text with mouse and use Ctrl-C to copy it to a clipboard
- Shift+Left Mouse now scrolls the document, Ctrl+Left mouse still creates a rectangular selection (for copying images)
- ‘c’ shortcut toggles continuous mode
- ‘+’ / ‘*’ on the numeric keyboard now do zoom and rotation
- added toolbar icons for Fit Page and Fit Width and updated the look of toolbar icons
- add support for back/forward mouse buttons for back/forward navigation
- 1.2 introduces a new full screen mode and made it the default full screen mode. Old mode was still available but not easily discoverable. We’ve added View/Presentation menu item for new full screen mode and View/Fullscreen menu item for the old full screen mode, to make it more discoverable
- new, improved installer
- improved zoom performance (zooming to 6400% no longer crashes)
- text find uses less memory
- further printing improvements
- translation updates
- updated to latest mupdf for misc bugfixes and improvements
- use libjpeg-turbo library instead of libjpeg, for faster decoding of some PDFs
- updated openjpeg library to version 1.4 and freetype to version 2.4.4
- fixed 2 integer overflows reported by Stefan Cornelius from Secunia Research
Contributors to this release:
- Simon Bünzli (zeniko)
- Krzysztof Kowalczyk