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Is there an OSX analogue to FoxIt Secure PDF Reader?
PDFpenPro Mac PDF Editor I'm not sure what specific features you're looking for from Foxit but PDFpenPro is the most feature rich PDF reader for the Mac aside from Acrobat XI Pro. With PDFpenPro you get special advanced featuresn Convert websites to multi-page PDFsplete with hypers Create and edit cross-platform fillable PDF forms Create and edit document Table of Contents Create form fields automatically in a non-interactive form Edit document permissions to restrict saving printing copying etc. nAs well as all the PDF editing power of PDFpenn Add s in original PDF Redact or erase including OCR ; use search-and-redact or search-and-replace Adjust resolution color depth and contrast in an s signatures objects and in the Library Autosaving and document versions Save PDFs directly to Evernote s Automate PDF manipulations with AppleScript Use iCloud (Mac App Store version only) or Dropbox for seamless editing with PDFpen for iPad and PDFpen for iPhone
How do I remove e-Aadhaar Card password?
Update New e-Aadhaar PDF password will be of 8 characters where the first four letters of the password will be the first four letters of your name in CAPITAL and the next four letters of the password will be your Year of Birth . Example Name John Doe Year of Birth 198 Password JOHN198 Removing Password Steps Open your PDF in the browser(Tried and Tested in Google Chrome). Enter the password as described above. Your e-Aadhaar PDF will be opened now. Click on the print option. This will open your e-Aadhaar PDF in a new window. Click on the download button to download your e-Aadhaar without a password. Now you have a copy of your e-Aadhaar without a password. *********************** Old Method ********************* The Aadhar Card PDF file password is your area Pincode that you have given when you have applied for it. ( EX PINCODE 111 ) If you want to remove a password permanently from the e-Aadhaar Card you could go for software like PDFUnlock or a website of the same name but not work every time and even not reliable. So a better option is you enter your area pin every time you want to open.
How hard is it to transition from an iPhone to an Android and back?
As a Mac and iOS user I tend to avoid Android. I tried using it but at the end I hated it. Games load pretty slow on Android. Asphalt 8 Temple Run 2 GTA San Andreas etc take a way more time to load on Androidpared to iOS. The synchronisation of Mac and iOS is just marvellous. I found no such synchronisation option between Mac and Android. My favourite freeic book reader app YACReader which keeps myics synchronised between Mac and iPhone is not available for Android. Many of my favourite games like Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition Monkey Island 2 Revenge of LeChuck Special Edition Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space Tales of Monkey Island series Infinity Blade series aren available for Android. Snapchat on Android has terrible optimisation issues its slow clunky and the camera quality in Android version of Snapchat is terrible. The speed of exporting videos in the Android version of LapseIt and Adobe Premiere Clip is slower than iOS because Android phones use slower storage module than iPhones. There no equivalent app to GarageBand on Android the app called Stagelight is slow ad-infested and bug ridden and doesn contain as much features as GarageBand. If you install Vizzywig 217 camera app on iPhone SE or any iOS devices with A9 processor or above then you can record 5K videos at 3 FPS something Android device don let me do. Many Android apps are terribly optimised and despite of having powerful sounding specs they still lag and stutter and sometimes even crash. Battery life and optimisations on Android sucks a big time but of course thee are devices which ovee this issue by packing big batteries. Google PlayStore is full of many bogus apps and even adware. Google Chrome browser for Android is an absolute piece of shit you can use an ad-blocker with it it isn as fast as Safari it hogs up memory and hardware resources. I hate Chrome on my Mac and I hate the mobile version of Chrome even more. Most Android phones are packed to brim with bloatware from their manufacturers as well as Google. And non Nexus and Pixel devices have even more bloatware. Many phones have both their own apps as Google apps like Moto Z which has its own gallery app as well as Google Photos why do we need two apps when they essentially perform same function many phones have their own music player along with Google Play music seriously why would I need two apps to do same damn thing. And there no way to uninstall them unless you root your phone but then if you root your device banking apps block you. Then there that mandatory Google Drive app seriously I don use Google Drive but I can uninstall that damn app because that a system app too. On iOS I don install separate cloud client for every service I just use iFiles 2 which lets me to connect and sync my files across multiple cloud services. As far as I know Android has such file manager too called File Expert which works the same way so obviously I would prefer it over other file managers but then many phones have their own file managers and you can just remove the existing file manager because apparently that a system app too. Of course if you buy a Nexus or Pixel device there no preinstalled file manager. The UI of apps is terrible all controls are scattered throughout the screen they are not located in one placei.e. near the reach of your fingers like on iOS apps. Official Gmail app may be good for Gmail but its Exchange mailpatibility sucks a big time. Of course you can always install Outlook Mail client for that but again why should I have two mail apps hogging up my storage. Apple Mail app works perfectly fine with Exchange mail. The to speech engine on Android is the most pathetic piece of shit Ive ever used. The speech is heavily accented and even after setting it to English US it literally sounds as if Mario is reading the s. The to speech service of iOS is hundred times better. Sometimes I edit PDF files on my phone and by editing I mean proper editing wherein I reposition images edit fill forms sign annotate etc. On iOS I can do it easily via Wondershare PDFelement. But on Android the maximum editing I can do on a PDF is just annotations signature fill few forms and highlighting nothing more than that. Full fledged PDF editors like Wondershare PDFelement aren available for that goddamn OS. Damn even Windows 1 Mobile has a full fledged PDF editor why can Android. There no option for small but powerful phones in the world of Android every Android phone is a goddamn big ass phablet. Each time you shove them down in your pocket they make you walk like a crippie or as if someone sodomised you. And try sitting down with those goliaths in your pocket those things would most probably dislocate your hip bone. And what worse is neither the Android manufacturers nor other users listen to us they all want those big ass bloated like a pig phablets. Hear me you Android nerds who think that big screen is everything yall may be fatasses with whale flipper like fingers and may have poor eyesight but Ive pretty thin fingers and good eyesight so a small device with powerful specs does make sense for me. Whenever I try to use those phonezillas of yours I cringe in disgust. And dear Sony a 4.6 inch device doesn count aspact and dear ZTE a big ass 5.2 inch device certainly doesn count as mini unless you are a stupid fatty and even the Big Mac looks mini to you. Of course some may say Im nitpicking and if youre one of such casual user you may adjust with Android but for me no thanks I don need an Android device.
As a fan of Apple products, especially the iPhone, what could make you switch to an Android smartphone?
If these issues of mine are addressed on Android then I may think about switching to Android from iOS. Games load pretty slow on Android. Asphalt 8 Temple Run 2 GTA San Andreas etc take a way more time to load on Androidpared to iOS. The synchronisation of Mac and iOS is just marvellous. I found no such synchronisation option between Mac and Android. My favourite freeic book reader app YACReader which keeps myics synchronised between Mac and iPhone is not available for Android. Many of my favourite games like Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition Monkey Island 2 Revenge of LeChuck Special Edition Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space Tales of Monkey Island series Infinity Blade series aren available for Android. Snapchat on Android has terrible optimisation issues its slow clunky and the camera quality in Android version of Snapchat is terrible. The speed of exporting videos in the Android version of LapseIt and Adobe Premiere Clip is slower than iOS because Android phones use slower storage module than iPhones. iPhones use NVMe storage module while even the best Android phones use slower UFS 2. module. There no equivalent app to GarageBand on Android the app called Stagelight is slow ad-infested and bug ridden and doesn contain as much features as GarageBand. If you install Vizzywig 217 camera app on iPhone SE or any iOS devices with A9 processor or above then you can record 5K videos at 3 FPS something Android device don let me do. Many Android apps are terribly optimised and despite of having powerful sounding specs they still lag and stutter and sometimes even crash. Battery life and optimisations on Android sucks a big time but of course thee are devices which ovee this issue by packing big batteries but I need better optimisation not a fat ass phone. Google PlayStore is full of many bogus apps and even adware. Google Chrome browser for Android is an absolute piece of shit you can use an ad-blocker with it it isn as fast as Safari it hogs up memory and hardware resources. I hate Chrome on my Mac and I hate the mobile version of Chrome even more. Most Android phones are packed to brim with bloatware from their manufacturers as well as Google. And non Nexus and Pixel devices have even more bloatware. Many phones have both their own apps as Google apps like Moto Z which has its own gallery app as well as Google Photos why do we need two apps when they essentially perform same function many phones have their own music player along with Google Play music seriously why would I need two apps to do same damn thing. And there no way to uninstall them unless you root your phone but then if you root your device banking apps block you. Then there that mandatory Google Drive app seriously I don use Google Drive but I can uninstall that damn app because that a system app too. On iOS I don install separate cloud client for every service I just use iFiles 2 which lets me to connect and sync my files across multiple cloud services. As far as I know Android has such file manager too called File Expert which works the same way so obviously I would prefer it over other file managers but then many phones have their own file managers and you can just remove the existing file manager because apparently that a system app too. Of course if you buy a Nexus or Pixel device there no preinstalled file manager. The UI of apps is terrible all controls are scattered throughout the screen they are not located in one placei.e. near the reach of your fingers like on iOS apps. Official Gmail app may be good for Gmail but its Exchange mailpatibility sucks a big time. Of course you can always install Outlook Mail client for that but again why should I have two mail apps hogging up my storage. Apple Mail app works perfectly fine with Exchange mail. The to speech engine on Android is the most pathetic piece of shit Ive ever used. The speech is heavily accented and even after setting it to English US it literally sounds as if Mario is reading the s. The to speech service of iOS is hundred times better. Sometimes I edit PDF files on my phone and by editing I mean proper editing wherein I reposition images edit fill forms sign annotate etc. On iOS I can do it easily via Wondershare PDFelement. But on Android the maximum editing I can do on a PDF is just annotations signature fill few forms and highlighting nothing more than that. Full fledged PDF editors like Wondershare PDFelement aren available for that goddamn OS. Damn even Windows 1 Mobile has a full fledged PDF editor why can Android. There no option for small but powerful phones in the world of Android every Android phone is a goddamn big ass phablet. Each time you shove them down in your pocket they make you walk like a crippie or as if someone sodomised you. And try sitting down with those goliaths in your pocket those things would most probably dislocate your hip bone. And what worse is neither the Android manufacturers nor other users listen to us they all want those big ass bloated like a pig phablets. Hear me you Android nerds who think that big screen is everything yall may be fatasses with whale flipper like fingers and may have poor eyesight but Ive pretty thin fingers and good eyesight so a small device with powerful specs does make sense for me. Whenever I try to use those phonezillas of yours I cringe in disgust. And dear Sony a 4.6 inch device doesn count aspact and dear ZTE a big ass 5.2 inch device certainly doesn count as mini unless you are a stupid fatty and even the Big Mac looks mini to you.