Release Date: May 19, 2005.
Microsoft Reader is designed to make your onscreen reading experience as close as possible to reading a printed book. In addition, it adds active reading capabilities, instant access to content, and a personal library
Features include high-resolution ClearType and an add-on dictionary, as well as the ability to bookmark, highlight, annotate, make notes and drawings, and much more. Version 2.1 includes a security update that closes known gaps in the Microsoft Reader security architecture.
Ebooks have gained lately a lot of popularity especially thanks to the numerous portable devices that support them. There are also several applications that bring the same features to desktop computers and one of them is Microsoft Reader.
Users have the possibility to test the features of Microsoft Reader using its Help file, which is offered as a sample file for being explored without any limitations.
Additionally, users get the possibility to add freehand drawings to their files whenever they want to illustrate an idea or a concept. To the same purpose, one can insert text notes that are accessible from the sides of the page.
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