In an organization that relies extensively on PDF as a way of securely storing their day-to-day generated files as well as confidential files, what happens is that a number of PDF files get piled up. PDF files with a huge amount of text information and lots of images will definitely take up considerable disk space. If PDF files are being generated on a daily basis, the users disk space will soon get filled up. Inadequate memory space can cause considerable problems in the system, yet one cannot do away with using PDF to store their files. In such a situation, the best alternative is to compress PDF files using compress PDF software.
Compress PDF software uses a compression algorithm for reducing the size of the PDF file. In compressed form, the file will take up considerably much less space than the original. In fact, it will occupy less than one-thirds the space taken up by the original file. The user can store thousands of PDF files in a single compressed folder. Quality of compression is good because when the user decompresses the file, he will get back the original file, in just the same way.
By compressing PDF files, the user saves on disk space. The user does not have to add more disk space to and this saves the cost of buying additional storage for storing hundreds of PDF files. Instead of adding disk space, the user will be making more efficient use of his existing storage space because compression enables him to store more PDF files in less space. PDF files in compressed form take less time to copy and can be sent through email without file size problems. Thus, one can handle their PDF files much more efficiently when they compress the files, than without compression.