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What's a good way for organizing PDF documents on Windows? [closed]

What's a good way for organizing PDF documents on Windows? [closed]

I'm looking for a good way to manage a lot of PDF documents (e.g. papers, ebooks) on Windows. Ideally I'm looking for a Windows version of the great Mac app Yep.

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Guest [Entry]

"Try Mendeley Desktop: you can tag documents, you can create collections, you can have it automatically sort your PDFs (as well as some other formats) into directories/subdirectories, you can keep bibliographic information that is ready to be used as citation/reference in MS Office and/or OpenOfficedotorg resp. Libre Office. You can even sync documents of your choosing (for example several collections) online, and sync them across all of the computers that you have. (Mendeley is cross platform - I'm currently using it on Windows 7 and Ubuntu.) You can even share your collections with other people.

Oh yeah, did I mention that it's free to use. (Up to 500 MB of documents synced and accessible online.) :D"
Guest [Entry]

Try looking over this article. There seem to be a lot of solutions for managing PDFs.