Remember last page on Windows with Adobe Acrobat Reader
I am a Windows user for my day to day routines and last year I used Macbook Air for about a year and was quite amazed with some out-of-the-box features of Mac OS and in-built capabilities. Mac OS comes with "Preview" application which can open anything from all type of images to PDF and much more. The best thing with that Preview application was that it used to remember last page on all the PDF documents that you open up using it. That was for me the "Wow!!" feature in the Application and OS itself which bags it. Yeah there are lot to talk about from battery life to touch-pad and much more on the positive side and when it comes to negative there are few things including one which I did not like specifically is - There is no default program in OS to remove software that user installs. Though it just removes it when you delete a file from /Applications directory but there are still some housekeeping required in terms of removing those .plist files from certain places or so. But yeah all in all it was good experience using Mac and except battery life, touch-pad and wonderful keyboard I don't miss it anymore with new Windows 8.1 laptop. Oh! yeah I miss the SSD too! 🙁
But yeah I was talking about "Remembering last page or position of the PDF file opened" and when I did some google today I just figured out that it is possible to do it in Windows too without using any new software but just with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
In your Acrobat Reader go to "Edit -> Preferences" (or press CTRL + K) and then navigate to "Documents" tab and check the check-box which says "Restore last view settings when reopening documents".
Bingo! Once you change this preference and reopen your Adobe Acrobat, it will remember last position and page of all your PDF documents or e-books. Enjoy!!