The Document Foundation has launched a brand new model of the LibreOffice productiveness suite for all supported platforms, particularly Linux, Windows, and macOS.

LibreOffice 6.3.6 is an replace centered on bug fixes and under-the-hood enhancements, so there’s no new characteristic on this launch. This makes complete sense as the main target proper now’s on sprucing the expertise with LibreOffice 6.3.

But what it is advisable know is that LibreOffice 6.3.6 is aimed toward predominant gadgets, not at testing ones, so you may safely set up it even if you happen to use your laptop for vital issues. In different phrases, that is probably the most steady and refined expertise you could get with LibreOffice proper now.

This is the final replace of LibreOffice 6.3, The Document Foundation explains, so quite prior to later the swap to LibreOffice 6.four can be made for manufacturing gadgets too.

“The Document Foundation declares LibreOffice 6.3.6, the final minor launch of the LibreOffice 6.Three household, focused at organizations and people utilizing the software program in manufacturing environments, who’re invited to replace their present model. The new launch supplies bug and regression fixes, and enhancements to doc compatibility,” the official announcement reads.

LibreOffice 7.Zero coming in the summertime

The subsequent main launch of LibreOffice, nonetheless, is model 7.0, which is projected to go dwell in the summertime.

According to latest data, LibreOffice 7.Zero will drop help for Flash Player, a factor that makes complete sense provided that Adobe is discontinuing its platform as nicely. Flash Player is presently used for drawings and displays in LibreOffice.

LibreOffice is presently the highest productiveness suite and is usually thought of the most effective different to Microsoft Office. Furthermore, a number of authorities and organizations internationally have additionally made the swap to LibreOffice in an try and remove licensing prices with out dropping compatibility with the commonest doc codecs.