Free versions are already available free. I think Comodo partnership will provide us paid version of the partner products for free. So Sumatra doesn’t qualify in the poll as it doesn’t have a paid version.
It’s rather old, but I would have to agree. Sumatra rendered my pdf’s better than the ones i’ve tried (which are:
Adobe, Nitro, Foxit, Evince, Google-Chrome plugin). Hardware perhaps?
Ah, I see the difference now. While for me it’s not an issue so long as it is quick and readable, the quality does pale in comparison to PDF XChange. Though it should be pointed out that it’s not an issue exclusive to Sumatra. It’s an issue on the renderer it uses which is mupdf. That can be improved though.
True. But that’s one thing needed by those who’re always on the run. Well, the quick part at least. Still, if it were me, I would much like to partner with someone that would allow me as much freedom as possible. That’ll give me a chance to correct what I think should be corrected and improve what can be improved. It’s a lot of work, but I prefer being sure than having to blame someone else. (I hate blame games. We’re not kids anymore.)
In any case, I’m willing to try out comodo’s pdf reader regardless of who they choose to partner with. Alternatives are always nice to have.