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PDF files are known to get quite large, as they may contain a lot of data in various forms, including images. Large PDF files is a hard to ignore issue, as distributing them gets difficult and they also consume precious disk space. The most common solution for this problem is splitting the large PDF files into smaller pieces, but sometimes this is not possible. In such situations, compressing them could do the trick. Nice PDF Compressor helps with this task.
Nice PDF Compressor offers a very simple and easy-to-use wizard-like interface that guides you step-by-step through the PDF file compression process. Using it is very simple; therefore even beginners will be able to handle this neat tool without any problem.
In order to effectively reduce the sizes of PDF documents this tool makes use of the reliable Flate or RunLength compression algorithms. It also lets you select the used compression algorithm to your liking.
I also like about this tool the fact that it can perform the batch compression of multiple PDF at once, with the condition that they all are contained by the same folder.
Anyway, I’ve noticed that the compression rate for the PDF files processed by Nice PDF Compressor depends a lot on unknown factors. It either reduces the size of the files a lot, or just barely. The good thing is that you can try it for free and decide for yourself if it’s worth purchasing or not. My recommendation is that you should at least try it, it might work great in your case.
- Easy-to-use wizard-like interface
- Supports various compression algorithms
- Can be tried for free
- A bit pricey
- The interface cannot be customized