Friday, June 17, 2011

LibreOffice 3.3.3 Announced with New Features and Security Fixes

The most recent release of Microsoft Office substitute LibreOffice, version 3.3.3, is equipped for download, with many enhancements transversely in the entire platforms.

Fashioned as a reaction to what was observed by a lot of in the improvement community as domineering and control of the project by Oracle, LibreOffice provides better and perfect suite feature of productivity tools for Linux, Windows, and Mac platforms.

While the innovative release was modest and more than a rebranded bifurcation of the code base, the development work has gone to rocket speed and LibreOffice stands aside from its parent project with additional features and a considerably cleaner code base.

"LibreOffice 3.3.3 repairs many bugs and develops the security of the suite, to particularly address the requirements of corporate operations where constancy is more significant than latest features," maintained

LibreOffice developer and Steering Committee member Thorsten Behrens. "This branch will be sustained awaiting the end of the year, to consent to a downy and secure conversion to LibreOffice 3.4.x," he accomplished by pointing to the next major release of the software.

Both a stable 3.3.3 version and a 3.4 beta for the new courageous are accessible for instant download from the website.

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