SlimPDF for Windows

  • Free
  • In English
  • V
  • 3.4
  • (73)
  • Security Status

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Kristina Schulz
Kristina SchulzUpdated 9 months ago

The smallest, lightest PDF reader

SlimPDF Reader is the perfect PDF viewer for those of you who only need to work with PDF documents occasionally.

SlimPDF Reader doesn’t have the advanced tools and options you find in other online PDF tools, but it works perfectly for opening and reading PDF documents on your computer. It’s very small, doesn’t hog system resources and features all the functionality you would expect from a simple, easy PDF viewer.

The basic set of tools offered by SlimPDF Reader include page rotation, support to zoom in and out of the document and location of specific text. The program features a nicely designed interface and is very easy to use – which is a good thing, since SlimPDF Reader comes with no documentation.

If the only thing you do with PDF documents is open one from time to time, SlimPDF Reader is the perfect PDF viewer for you.


  • Very small size
  • Clean, nice interface design
  • Perfect for basic PDF handling


  • Not as full-featured as other PDF viewers
  • No documentation

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SlimPDF for PC

  • Free
  • In English
  • V
  • 3.4
  • (73)
  • Security Status

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