This is how LibreOffice has become such a popular alternative to Microsoft Office. And the effort The Document Foundation – the organization in charge of LibreOffice’s development – puts into getting everything right has made the application incredibly advanced.
A new version of LibreOffice is therefore available to download right now on all supported desktop operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and macOS – both Apple Silicon and Intel versions are supported.
LibreOffice 7.4 comes with lots of improvements, including support for WebP images, a search field for the Extension Manager, and lots of performance optimizations.
Writer is getting new typographic settings for hyphenation, as well as better change tracking in the footnote area. If you use Impress, it now comes with support for document themes, … (read more)
This post has been read 17 times!