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Adobe Download Manager

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 20-Nov-2006 18:11

Is there anyway to download Adobe Reader without using their Adobe Download Manager?
 
How hard is for a company to understand that I don't need another download manager, and that I don't want another download manager?

I don't want software being installed on my computer just so that I have the ability to download another piece of software?

Is there are anything more intrusive than this, short of being an unwanted spyware or adware software?



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