Apart from the obvious addition of a ribbon interface, Perfect PDF adds a number of useful features. There are three views to choose from – standard, reading view, and a full-screen reading. Perfect PDF also makes it easy to extract images and text from files. Either type of element can be selected, copied, and pasted elsewhere, and you can also save the entire file as text export it to a variety of image formats. As with FoxIt PDF, Perfect PDF distinguishes itself from Adobe Reader by allowing form field editing and save your input in the document – which is very useful indeed; I’ve been waiting for such a feature in Adobe Reader for a long time.
Perfect PDF Reader is a free download and runs on both 32- and 64-bit Windows platforms. The Visual C++ 2008 runtimes are required, and can be downloaded during installation if you need them.