Vermogenselektronica I

Vermogenselektronica I

Vermogenselektronica II

Vermogenselektronica II

Praktikum Elektrische Machines

FREQGA, Online simulatie van asynchrone machine vervangschema

Wind Energie

PROENT, Technische Aspecten van Wind Energie

Praktikum Gelijkstroom Machines

ELENT1, Simulatieproeven gelijkstroommachine

Entec

Entec, AC drie-fasen systemen en transformatoren

Sim

Simulator


Tip: Removal of the Toolbar in adobe DC reader

Okay, seems I've stumbled upon an ugly workaround but it works for me. Works with Windows 7 and W10.

Go to the install directory, i.e." C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat Reader DC\Reader\AcroApp\ENU".
Create a new subfolder (I used "Disabled"). Move 3 files from the "ENU" folder into the new "Disabled" folder:

  1. AppCenter_R.aapp
  2. Home.aapp
  3. Viewer.aapp

If you see another folder next to the ENU folder, this is a local language folder, for example the folder NLD, do the same as in the ENU folder and enjoy the silence.

Open a PDF and no more Tool Pane! I originally moved just the "Viewer" file but if you clicked on "Home" or "Tools" on the toolbar you couldn't go back to the "Document." Moving all 3 files takes care of that issue. Like a lot of people I don't and won't ever use any of the tools. I just want a reader.