The Adobe Product Improvement Program is designed to understand and anticipate customer needs in order to deliver world-class products and solutions. Participation is voluntary. No personal information is collected and you have the option to choose not to participate.
Information collected will be used to develop new features and improve Adobe products.
Since no personally identifiable information is collected, the anonymous data will not be meaningful to anyone outside of Adobe.
Participating products select users to participate in the program. The selected users have the option to share anonymous information with Adobe about how they use the products. This option is turned on by default for the selected users. If you are one of the selected users, you may choose not to participate by updating your Usage Information in Preferences under the Edit menu.
Participation requires a small configuration file to be downloaded to your computer from time to time. The purpose of the file is to update the configuration of usage data collection. If you are offline at any time, the data will be sent the next time you are online. This will not impact performance.
Additionally, for some Adobe products, you may receive a request within the product to participate in a brief two-question anonymous survey asking for feedback. Participation is optional, and separate from your participation in the Adobe Product Improvement Program. Survey data will be returned directly to Adobe’s secure database for analysis by the responsible product team.
Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Yes. Your information will not be shared unless you are one of the selected participants. If you are one of the selected participants, you can choose not to share this information by updating your Usage Information in Preferences under the Edit menu in Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. If you are not selected, no data is collected and the option whether to collect data may not appear in the preferences.
System administrators in an enterprise organization can use the registry key specified in the article below to opt out of the user participation in the feedback program.
You will not receive any e-mail from Adobe regarding this program, regardless of whether you participate. We do not collect personally identifiable information as part of this program that will be used to identify you or contact you.
An Internet connection is required to participate in this program. However, you do not need to be connected all the time. When an Internet connection becomes available, the information is automatically transmitted with minimal impact to your connection.
No, the information cannot be displayed. This program is designed to work for millions of users without affecting their product use, so the data is sent automatically. The data is also encoded so that it can be processed efficiently.
Information is collected as long as you use the product version for which you have agreed to participate or until you decide to stop participating in the program.