For anyone who is of the same opinion I am, and cannot stand dealing with PDFs within browser windows anyway, it is possible to make any browser open them using the system PDF reader you have installed on your system and set as the default. I never like dealing with PDFs except in a dedicated PDF Editor or reader. Instructions follow.
Making Chromium-based Browsers (Chrome, Brave, New Edge, etc.) Open PDFs in Your System Reader
At this point close out of settings to save the changes you’ve made
Now when a PDF file is triggered, it will download via your browser just like any other file. If you have things set up to go to your Downloads folder, that’s where it will be placed. If you have the browser set up to ask you where to save it, you’ll get the save dialog. Once the download is finished, the typical status comes up on the bottom of the screen indicating it’s complete, and giving you options of what to do if you activate the button for that file. If you select the downloaded PDF file at the bottom of the window, then choose Open, then the file will open in a separate Reader window. If you also activate the “Always open files of this type” option from then on any PDF file will not only automatically download, but automatically open in the PDF Reader you have set as the default one on your system.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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