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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I’ve been repeatedly frustrated by poor technical support and apparent Adobe indifference to sincere requests for help.

    Adobe’s technical support system is defective.

    Technicians give stock answers, fail to listen, and may be discouraged from brimging problems to management.

    And management either wants deniability or doesn’t care.

    Only by getting the attention of top Adobe management through PC Magazine or internationally independent forums will Adobe possibly turn to and respond to its ******* customers.

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    Those dependent upon this software for their livelihood have been harmed by the ongoing Adobe Acrobat Pro DC defective misuse of RAM memory.

    Adobe has been derelict in failing to resolve this harmful defect over the several months since it has been brought to Adobe’s attention.

    Acrobat customers might consider legal action to compel Adobe to address and fix this harmful software defect.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Problem is NOT resolved.

    The expensive Adobe Acrobat Pro DC software has become extraordinarily disfunctional. It uses up 16GB RAM quickly and declares out of memory. It is sluggish. Adobe has known about this major defect for several months now.
    Why no bug fix?

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