Cannot open multiple files with Adobe Reader X

Hi to all!
I've just installed Adobe Reader X. This is my problem: I select multiple pdf files (from 2 to 9) from a folder, then I click whith the right mouse button and choose "Open with Adobe Reader X" (or chlick the Enter button). I expect that Acrobat will open all the files I selected but only one will open!
If I try to open the files from the File/Open function in Reader X and I choose the same documents, the documents itselfs will be open correctly!
I use the same procedure using Reader 9.x but I've not the same problem.
Can anyone help me?
Thanks in advance.
Stefano

I have the same problem, but cannot find this supposed "Adobe Reader" forum, nor can I find an "Acrobat Reader" forum. (Everything else seems to be there, but no Reader...)
With all previous versions over recent years, up to version 9, I could select multiple PDF files in Windows Explorer, hit Enter, and it loaded them all. Then I could Ctrl+F6 to switch between the documents.
Now, if I try this with just 2 PDF files, it loads one and then locks up, with each session of Acrobat taking about 40-45% of processor power. I have to crash out of it.
Help!
Or at least show me where this Acrobat Reader forum is?
Many thanks

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