Top 3 Free PDF Converters

While I was still studying at the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, I always use PDF converter to convert my Final Year Project weekly reports to PDF. There are many free PDF converters available on the Internet. You can get either offline PDF converter or online PDF converter.

My favourite free PDF converter is PrimoPDF. It is an offline PDF converter where by you need to install it on your system and print the document to PDF by choosing the primoPDF printer.

But here, I list down top 3 free PDF converters that give you a very good quality PDF printing without advertisements or “you are using trial PDF converter” text.

PrimoPDF

PrimoPDF

  • Completely free PDF creator – Create PDF files from 300+ file types.
  • Make 100% industry-standard PDF from any files that print.
  • Create PDF files optimized for print, screen, ebook, or prepress.

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doPDF

doPDF

  • It’s free – PDF converter free for both commercial and personal use.
  • 32-bit and 64-bit support – can be installed on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
  • No GhostScript or .NET – doesn’t require 3rd party programs to do PDF files such as GhostScript or runtime environments like the .NET Framework. This makes the setup file to be incredibly small compared to other free PDF converters.

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CutePDF

  • Added support for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Vista.
  • Added support for 64-bit Windows XP/2003.
  • Seamlessly integrate with CutePDF Professional.

Website | Download

What is your favourite free PDF converter? If you have any recommended free PDF converters, please provide us the link so we can put them here.

Comments

  1. For me, it has always been CutePDF. PrimoPDF has become too cumbersome to use. 😀

  2. i also use cutepdf !

  3. Ouch! We already have two cutePDF users here…

  4. Make that 3! It is hard to beat.

  5. Currently I’m using PrimoPDF. Will try CutePDF. Sounds like everyone likes it. 😀

  6. I’d like to recommend PDF Creator too. Open source and of course free.

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/

  7. CutePDF is good.

  8. @CypherHackz:
    Any converter that can convert PDF to word? That dosnt changes the letters and formatings used in it? I used some to convert PDF to word but the converted word file has messed up letters. I have the font used in PDF converter also. Any ideas? Thanks in Advance.

  9. Sorry! The font I said above is the font used in PDF file that I want to convert to word.

  10. Hi Everyone. For me, PDFCreator is hands down the best freeware app (just google it)

    Simple, functional and yes, FREE.