Seth Rosenblatt from the Download Blog (CNET) chose doPDF as a Featured Freeware, and in his own words, doPDF:
...lacks bells, whistles, and bullhorns, but doPDF does what it's supposed to do -- create PDFs -- so well that you'll barely notice
You can read the entire post here: Featured Freeware doPDF
Seth's post mentions the idea we had when we created doPDF - to deliver a bloat-free pdf converter that barely uses any resources and does its job very fast (with a 1.4MB installer and a memory footprint during PDF creation of under 1MB). The features it has will suffice for most people needing PDF creation (for the other users needing advanced features we've created novaPDF).
Here you can read announcements related to doPDF.
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