I opened up Acrobat for the first time in about 8 years and had to go through a few tutorial videos to get my account setup correctly, but other than that it's a one-click install. The "Pro" Suite is a little more confusing with bundles, such as the one for InDesign, Photoshop, and the Digital Publishing Suite, but there are pros and cons there as well.
When trying to access Acrobat on my Windows 8.1 laptop I was greeted with the following message: "The application cannot start because app-name.Error: The application is misconfigured. This may be because the feature pool or (SDK) user profile that is mentioned in the error message is not in an appropriate registry location. Applications can retrieve data from a feature pool or (SDK) user profile at run time if the application has been given the appropriate credentials in a request. For more information, see the documentation for WMI."
I can access Acrobat "Pro" correctly on my 64-bit W10 laptop. I have checked the compatibility settings in the control panel and scripts to make sure everything is up to date, and I have cleaned my temp folder. I also removed the Defenderware, AVG, and ESET software programs, but to no avail.
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