The most famous open source office suite on the market gets a new update.
LibreOffice is one of the most famous offices in my Linux and other systems. With each release its interface has been refined and compatibility with Microsoft's closed file formats being refined.
LibreOffice 6.3 brings improvements in document export and opening, as well as continuing refinement in its look, something that started some time ago and was available in previous version 6.2.
Another important change, which had previously been announced, the end of its 32-bit binary versions for Debian or Red Hat-based systems offered by The Document Foundation. However, support for systems of this architecture will be maintained for a few more months in current version 6.2, however, the new version is only available for 64-bit architectures. It is even advisable for users in production systems to remain in version 6.2 if they want greater stability.
Compared to version 6.2, LibreOffice 6.3 can export almost twice as fast, while opening ODT files in Writer can make your performance over 90% faster. Improved PDF export and added support for importing DOCX (drawingML) charts. What's new, such as a hint window of the day when starting the program (once a day), a new infobar (informing the release notes with each new version), a compact version of the NotebookBar interface called Tabbed Compact (assisting laptop owners with little space), another interface called Contextual Single (for Writer and Draw), and more.
Check out some news on the demo video:
Version 6.3 will be supported for ten months, with periodic updates until May 29, 2020. You can access your official site to download LibreOffice. Join our Diolinux Plus forum and stay on top of the news, until the next post, SYSTEMATICALLY! _____________________________________________________________________________ See any errors or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here.