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    Victoria commented  · 

    There are literally hundreds of queries about this exact same problem posted online over the last TWO YEARS, with no less than a dozen workarounds offered by various contributors that only worked for a handful of people. It is BEYOND ABSURD that Adobe has not fixed this yet. It is also ridiculous that both of these apps supposedly must be installed in order for PDFs to show up in the Windows File Explorer preview pane again like they used to. This should be enabled for ANY version of Acrobat, whether it is the Reader or Acrobat Pro. The entire Adobe user community would like to have Adobe's explanation for why this has not been fixed, and I shall be giving it a 1-star review everywhere until it is fixed.

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