I have been told by one Microsoft Support response to de-install Kaspersky and go back to Microsupport Windows Defender but I don't want to make such a drastic move this early in the game before I could find a solution to my issue.
Best answer by DonB
I finally found my answer by using Contana and typing in the response from Windows when I attempted to open Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. This is the answer that was posted and it worked like a charm.
by Adorobat on Jan 13, 2017 5:48 AM
Could you please try the following steps:
1- Close Reader
2- Hold down Windows key and press R on your keyboard, this will bring up Run dialogue box.
3- Type regedit in the run dialogue box and hit Enter, click Yes when User Account Control pop-up appears.
4- Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options, delete the key AcroRd32.exe
5- Relaunch Reader