How to make fast web view 'yes' in Adobe reader for IE

Hi Experts,

We are using Adobe reader for generating/viewing documents in our web application.
I am trying to speed up Adobe reader a bit and read this article
http://blogs.adobe.com/pdfdevjunkie/web_designers_guide

When I open PDF files outside of web browser, the fast web view say 'Yes', but when I checked the PDF in Adobe reader in IE, the fast web view says 'No.'

Is it going to help if I make the fast web view yes in Adobe reader in web browser? How do I make the change?

thanks in advance
dkim18Asked:
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gheistCommented:
Your web server must support partial downloads aka 206 for fast web view to be used. Actually adobe reader does partial downloads even when you dont have fast web view PDFs
dkim18Author Commented:
Actually adobe reader does partial downloads even when you dont have fast web view PDFs
So, it is not going to really help even if fast web view is enabled?
gheistCommented:
Here are examples of partial range headers to enter in nc/telnet/putty
https://benramsey.com/blog/2008/05/206-partial-content-and-range-requests/

If your web server supports the partial downloads and your PDFs are big enough then adobe reader will download file in parts, web view enabled or not when making PDF. It becomes less and less important as people get faster and faster internet connections.

Reader will indicate fast web view only if document is fast  web view enabled and partial downloads were really used. Say 100kB PDF will be downloaded in one shot and no gain from 10kB fast web view header.

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