I have just discovered that LaTeX can be used to create presentations as PDF files. My question is: once I have created the presentation as a PDF file, will it work 'out-of-the-box' on most Windows machines for the purpose of giving presentations? Has anyone encountered any issues while doing this? Is this a 'standard' way where PDF files are opened using Adobe Reader on a Windows machine (that is what is mostly used for giving presentations) and an overhead projector? I have only used Powerpoint before to make and give presentations so I know there are issues with different 'versions' - the version in which the Powerpoint presentation was made and the version on which the actual presentation is given. They have to be similar or compatible otherwise there are formatting issues, etc. PDF files should not have this problem.
I guess my question boils down to: are there any issues that I might encounter if I create a PDF presentation using LaTeX Beamer class to present using a Windows 7, 8 or 10 machine and an LCD projector? Will Adobe Reader be the only software I would need to give the presentation?