PDFKeeper : Helps Store and Manage PDF Documents

It is very common now to keep the important documents scanned in form of PDF files. So many businesses scan all the invoices and save them in form of PDF files for later use. The benefit of PDF files is that they are very easy to view and print on any platform. If we save the scans in form of JPEG or PNG images, we always run into the problem of resolutions and paper size when printing them.

If you have so many PDF files and want an easy way to store and manage them then you can try open-source tool called PDFKeeper. It allows the users to store the PDF documents either locally or on a remote server database where they are indexed. In both cases, the PDF documents are properly entered into a SQL database which also makes it very easy for you to search these documents. In addition, it allows you to send documents individually or in bulk, and you can easily configure folders to facilitate integration and full automation.


In order to access the database file, we must create user credentials which are then used to login to PDFKeeper. Once you are logged in, you can start adding these PDF files and add all the information related to them. It allows you to add records for the PDF files such as the text, author, subject, category or the date added. We can later search the PDF files based on these records and their keywords. The database is compatible with SQLite. Moreover, it is possible to export selected documents from the database.


If you install PDFKeeper on your Windows PC and it refuses to launch then problem could be missing .NET Framework 4.8. The software requires 64-bit Windows and the .NET Framework 4.8 library to run.

You can download PDFKeeper from https://www.pdfkeeper.org/.