by Glyph & Cog LLC

Xpdf is an open source PDF viewer and library for viewing, converting, and manipulating PDF documents.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Glyph & Cog LLC

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Xpdf is an open source PDF viewer and toolkit developed by Glyph & Cog, LLC. It is available for Linux, UNIX, and other platforms and is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). The Xpdf suite of tools includes:

• pdftops – converts PDF to PostScript
• pdfinfo – prints information about a PDF file
• pdftotext – converts PDF to plain text
• pdffonts – lists the fonts used in a PDF file
• pdfimages – extracts images from a PDF file
• pdftoppm – converts PDF to PPM, PGM, or PBM format
• pdfseparate – extracts single pages from a PDF file
• pdfunite – combines multiple PDF files into a single PDF file

Xpdf is a powerful PDF viewer that is well-suited for use in both the desktop and server environments. It is fast, reliable, and supports a wide range of features.

Xpdf provides a secure and reliable way to view and manipulate PDF files.

• Support for PDF 1.7 (including transparency and layers)
• Support for 128-bit RC4 and 256-bit AES encryption
• Full-screen mode for presentations
• Zoom and rotate pages
• Searchable full-text indexing
• High-quality printing
• Display PDFs with the same look and feel as Adobe Acrobat
• Support for embedded fonts
• Integrated support for the Unicode character set
• Support for embedded JavaScript
• Supports a wide range of image formats
• Integrated support for CJK fonts
• Support for interactive form fields
• Integrated support for digital signatures
• Support for annotations and bookmarks
• Support for hyperlinks
• Integrated support for PDF/A
• Integrated support for PDF/X
• Support for multiple language versions
• Integrated support for Windows, Mac, and Linux
• Support for multiple page sizes and page orientation
• Support for external hyperlinks
• Integrated support for 3D objects
• Integrated support for embedded multimedia
• Support for attaching files to a PDF document
• Integrated support for digital rights management
• Integrated support for web-based PDF viewing
• Integrated support for interactive PDF forms
• Integrated support for OCR
• Integrated support for watermarking
• Integrated support for page numbering
• Integrated support for page numbering and Bates numbering
• Integrated support for text extraction and text search
Xpdf is a free and open-source software program for viewing PDF files, and it is available for Linux, UNIX, OS/2, and Windows systems. To use Xpdf, you will need a computer with a compatible operating system and a PDF viewer, such as Adobe Reader, installed. Additionally, you will need to install the Xpdf command line tools, which are available for download on the Xpdf website. Finally, you will need to have the Ghostscript software installed to enable viewing of PDFs with Xpdf.

Free software with open source code.
Comes with text search capability.
Lightweight and doesn't consume much resources.

Interface is outdated and not very user-friendly.
Lacks advanced editing functionalities.
Does not support digital signature application.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Alfie Greenan
I have used Xpdf software for several years and I'm very pleased with it. It offers a great range of features and is very user-friendly. The program is lightweight and loads quickly, so I can easily open any PDF file I need. I appreciate that it supports multiple languages and I can select the one I need with no problems. The search function is also very helpful. It allows me to find any text I need quickly and easily. The zoom and rotate options are also very useful. Overall, I'm very happy with Xpdf and would definitely recommend it.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Alfie Nessel
Xpdf software is a great tool for viewing PDF documents. It is stable, reliable and user friendly. All the basic functions are easy to use, and the text search feature is particularly useful. I have had no issues with the software, and it works great for my needs.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Riley F*******y
This software is a lightweight PDF viewer and toolkit that can be used on various operating systems. It has a simple interface that allows users to view, navigate, and search through PDF documents with ease. Additionally, the software supports a variety of PDF-related tasks, such as extracting text and images, converting PDFs to other formats, and even running scripts on PDF files. One of the standout features is its ability to handle encrypted PDFs and digital signatures. Overall, this software is a versatile and reliable tool for working with PDFs.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Calum E.
Xpdf is a versatile and lightweight PDF viewer that offers basic features for viewing and manipulating PDF files.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Liam
Highly accurate PDF to text conversion tool.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Kyle
Reliable, easy navigation, fast processing.
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