FileOpen and Google Chrome
If you are unable to read PDFs using the FileOpen plugin in the Google Chrome browser, this is easy to resolve.
Google Chrome no longer supports Adobe Acrobat for reading PDFs in the browser. Instead, you can update the Content Settings in Google Chrome so that PDFs are downloaded to your desktop, where you can open them using an Adobe Acrobat program.
To update your Content Settings, first enter "chrome://settings/content" in the address bar and hit Enter. A "Content settings" pop up window will load. Scroll down and you will see a "PDF documents" option. Click on "PDF documents". After you click on PDF documents, you will see a "Download PDF files instead of automatically opening them in Chrome" option. You will want to click on the "Download PDF files instead of automatically opening them in Chrome" option. When you do, the setting should switch from gray to blue. If it's blue, that means Google Chrome won't try and open the PDF itself, but will download it instead so you can open it in Adobe Acrobat.
Once you have made this change, you will be able to open Techstreet PDFs in Google Chrome using Adobe Acrobat with the FileOpen plugin.