Adobe Reader is an application that allows users to open Adobe PDF documents on their computers. When you download and install the application you are prompted to register the program. If you do not register the application on installation, you will be prompted to register via pop-ups on a regular basis. These pop-ups can quickly become irritating. You can run a command to disable the pop-ups from launching.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Click "Start," then "All Programs."
Click "Accessories," then "Command Prompt." The Command Prompt window will appear.
Set-up.exe --mode=silent --deployment File="" --override File="" --installSourcePath="" --action=""
Press the "Enter" key. The Adobe Reader registration pop-ups will stop.
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