Many people face the “Window Error” while they are updating their Adobe Acrobat. When this error occurs users are not able to update the application successfully and many other applications do not work if they face this fault. This problem can only be troubleshot if users uninstall the Adobe Acrobat and install it again on their computer. This problem comes to the surface when users open several applications simultaneously and all the applications freeze once. And in case, you need more information regarding this then you may also read how-to-fix-windows-error-which-occurs-while-updating-adobe-reader. So if users want to deal with these error without any problem then they should contact the expert’s team to successfully solve this problem.
Follow the steps to troubleshoot the fault:
Step 1: If you want to permanently solve this problem then you have to uninstall the application and then install it again properly.
Step 2: To uninstall the application from the window 10, users have to navigate to the lower left corner in their desktop and then have to click on “window icon”. A pop menu will appear and then from there click on “settings”. Go to “systems” and then “apps and features” and select the Adobe Acrobat and then click on “Uninstall” to properly delete it.
Step 3: Window 8 users have to open the “charm bar” which is upper right corner then in the charm bar select “settings” and go to the “control panel”. After that click on “programs” and then go to “program and features” and select Acrobat to uninstall it successfully.
Step 4: Window 7 users have to go to the start and then control panel and select “apps and features” and then select “Adobe Acrobat” and then click on “uninstall”.
Step 5: After uninstalling the application properly users now will have to install the Adobe Acrobat properly through the Official site and install it correctly.
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