It is so slow it is almost unusable.
Adobe Acorbat Pro DC is so slow it is almost unusable. I am ready to find an other .pdf creator. I have tried every fix found in the forums and nothing has substantially helped.
Catherine Black (she, her) commented
It is also extremely slow for requesting signatures.
+1 seriously so slow to open even the most basic PDF files and comments.
Time to find a different pdf editor. Acrobat won't use more than 1 processor core and it won't use the graphics card. Why is Acrobat stuck in the 2000's?!?!? This is ridiculous, I cannot run my business waiting for ****** technology.
Has any found any solution to the problem?
I've been trying to Create PDF from Microsoft Word (with Acrobat DC) and it seems to be impossible.. I have a document with 200 pages and it takes almost an hour to generate PDF... actually, it seems there is something going on, but it can't be completed... and I cannot wait an hour (or more) for that.
In the past, it worked pretty well.. right now I cannot generate a properly working PDF with links, etc.
I am again getting frustrated by how unusable Acrobat DC is in a professional design environment. Trying to mark up a 56 page PDF is excruciatingly slow. I am working on a brand new 2020 MacPro with 192 Gb RAM, there is no excuse for this awful software that I am paying for as part of my Adobe CC subscription.
Adobe, SORT IT OUT.
We're now PAYING and it's got slower. Upon opening a PDF I have to wait while its unresponsive. Then try scrolling thru - not responding. Decide to add comments - click and WAIT. Stalls while saving. Irritating and mind numbing.
Creating .pdf's with DC is laggy & more time consuming than it was with the desktop version. Please fix the Adobe DC response time when creating .pdf's because it is unnecessarily now more time-consuming than it was with adobe pro x1.
I am just trying to open and review PDFs before sending to client. I can go get a cup of tea…in my kitchen…downstairs…and then come back, it probably will be up by then.
MacBookPro 15” early 2013,2.7 GHz intel Corei7, 16 GB 1600 mtz DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB
Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB
Everytime I'm changing tool, beach balls also for 5 to 10 seconds !
MacBookpro 15" 2017, 2,9 Ghz I7, 16GRTam, OS 10.13.6
Andrew McAllister commented
I run a 2013 MacBook Pro with Acrobat DC and the performance is not great.
Slow to open. Beach balls for a few minutes each time it launches.
AdminPratyush Dhoundiyal (Admin, Adobe) commented
We are sorry for the trouble you faced, can you please share your machine specification along with the version of Acrobat your are using.