Adobe Reader 8 with older Celeron processor

I have a 5 year old laptop with Celeron 1.1GHz & 128 KB cache.
Adobe 8 requirements specify Pentium III all of which have 256 KB cache.
Some Pentium IIIs are slower - 433 MHz than my Celeron.
Should I try installing Adobe Reader 8 or stick with Adobe Reader 5?

I have a 5 year old laptop with Celeron 1.1GHz & 128 KB cache.
Adobe 8 requirements specify Pentium III all of which have 256 KB cache.
Some Pentium IIIs are slower - 433 MHz than my Celeron.
Should I try installing Adobe Reader 8 or stick with Adobe Reader 5?

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