Adobe® Digital Editions software
Adobe® Digital Editions software comes as a free and easy way to view and manage your eBooks. You can use it not only to read an eBook but you can use it to buy and download eBooks too. It also works as a organizer for your eBooks and other supported digital publications.
Supports following popular eBook file formats among others:
Adobe® Digital Editions software is free and takes less than a minute to download and install over a broadband connection. It supports bookmarks, annotations, different views (double-page, single page, or fit-to-width view — or specify your own custom fit) and a table of contents.
With Adobe® Digital Editions for PC you can :
- Shop thousands of eBook titles from Sony ebook store.
- Read eBooks on your PC or Mac
- Organize your collection of eBooks.
- orrow eBooks from many public libraries for use with Digital Editions
- Digital Editions software supports embedded SWF files.
Supported Operating Systems (OS) and System Requirements:
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|Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), Vista (32bit/64bit) with SP2, XP (32bit) with SP3||Intel® Pentium® 500MHz processor||800×600||128 MB or more (minimum 512 MB for Windows 7 and Vista)|
|Mac OS X v10.4.10 or v10.5||Intel, PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processor||128 MB or more|
How to open an eBook on Adobe® Digital Editions for PC :
To open an eBook on ADE, first you need to import it into the ADE application.
Steps to follow:
Step1 :After installation you would first need to activate your installation of Adobe Digital Editions. This is an online activation so you would need to be connected to the internet. This also requires you to have a Adobe ID. If you do not already have one you can create one for free here.
Step1 : Click “Add item to Libary..” on the “Library” menu. Browse and select the eBook file you wish to load and press “Open” Button. The selected file gets imported in the Library.
Step2 : eBook file(s) is imported into the Library.
Step3 : Click on the eBook thumbnail / cover in the Library to open the eBook.