PDF Compressor is, as the name suggests, a program for making PDF files smaller without any noticeable loss of clarity. This is especially useful if the PDF file contains lots of images, such as one that's been generated from a scanner. But even if it's heavy on text, you'll still see a noticeable improvement.
I tried the program on a 133 MB file, and it took just a couple of minutes to shrink it to 27 MB. That's less than a quarter of the original size. Which takes up less hard disk space, speeds up my general backup procedures, and is faster to email. Or in the case of an email system that imposes limits on the size of files you can transfer, can mean the difference between being able to send the file or not.
You'll find PDF Compressor at http://www.pdfcompressor.net/giveaway.html along with a licence code. It's currently being given away for free, hence the licence code. But act before 1st February, otherwise it'll cost you $29.95.
The installer is a 10 MB download and, according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust, is free of malware.
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