Users of the awesome LibreOffice suite of applications that are both free and cross-platform and a great alternative to the like of Microsoft Office and similar.
Will be pleased to know that its creators The Document Foundation has released a new version of the software in the form of LibreOffice 4.4.
LibreOffice 4.4 brings with it a wealth of new features, enhancements and tweaks for users to enjoy with a full list being available via the link at the bottom of this article. Some of the new features users can enjoy include :
A reorganized toolbar, Improved context menus, Support for OpenGL transitions in Windows, SIFR Monchrome icons on OS X, Carlito and Caladea free fonts replace Microsoft’s Calibri and Cambria fonts, Several new default templates, Improved track changes and improved interoperability with OOXML file formats to name just a few.
LibreOffice is a free and open source office suite of applications that has been developed by The Document Foundation. The suite wad forked from the popular OpenOffice.org in 2010, which was an open-sourced version of the earlier StarOffice application suite.
For more information on the new LibreOffice 4.4 jump over to the official website for details via the link below.
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