Business Software Word Processing LibreOffice for Linux

LibreOffice for Linux 5.4.3 for Linux

by The Document Foundation

Avg. Rating 4.8 (66 votes)

File Details

File Size 243.9 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Linux
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,039
Publisher The Document Foundation
Homepage LibreOffice
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Publisher's Description

LibreOffice is a productivity suite that is compatible with other major office suites, and available on a variety of platforms. It is free software and therefore free to download, use and distribute.

Latest Reviews

Bigfoots

Bigfoots reviewed v4.0.3 on Jul 23, 2013

Basically I think OpenOffice/LibreOffice are bug-ridden crap, but I've used them since there was no practical alternative on Linux. They both open Microsoft Office files only with limitations and flaws, they both have geeky interfaces, and are pretty slow.

SoftMaker FreeOffice for comparison has a way better compatibility with all kinds of Microsoft Office formats, they appear faithfully on my screen without losses, what a blessing. Plus, its lght (less than 58MB), fast, reliable, and doesn't have such a clunky interface as LibreOffice.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v3.5.2 on Apr 6, 2012

Few if any problems using files created in MS 97 & 2010.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v3.4.2 on Aug 1, 2011

I hope one day this thing will be set free from rendering glitches and artifacts.

doc/xls/ppt compatibility still leaves a lot to be desired.

klavc

klavc reviewed v3.3.0 RC1 on Jan 2, 2011

I would wish for both LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org to get a full sandbox as Gogole Chrome and Adobe Reader have.

Se7enIs6

Se7enIs6 reviewed v3.3.0 Beta 2 on Nov 12, 2010

The OpenOffice.org Team left Oracle and decide to do LibreOffice !
"Viva la LibreOffice", said Guy Lunardi, product management Director at Novell.

Avg. Rating 4.8 (66 votes)
Your Rating
Bigfoots

Bigfoots reviewed v4.0.3 on Jul 23, 2013

Basically I think OpenOffice/LibreOffice are bug-ridden crap, but I've used them since there was no practical alternative on Linux. They both open Microsoft Office files only with limitations and flaws, they both have geeky interfaces, and are pretty slow.

SoftMaker FreeOffice for comparison has a way better compatibility with all kinds of Microsoft Office formats, they appear faithfully on my screen without losses, what a blessing. Plus, its lght (less than 58MB), fast, reliable, and doesn't have such a clunky interface as LibreOffice.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v3.5.2 on Apr 6, 2012

Few if any problems using files created in MS 97 & 2010.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v3.4.2 on Aug 1, 2011

I hope one day this thing will be set free from rendering glitches and artifacts.

doc/xls/ppt compatibility still leaves a lot to be desired.

klavc

klavc reviewed v3.3.0 RC1 on Jan 2, 2011

I would wish for both LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org to get a full sandbox as Gogole Chrome and Adobe Reader have.

Se7enIs6

Se7enIs6 reviewed v3.3.0 Beta 2 on Nov 12, 2010

The OpenOffice.org Team left Oracle and decide to do LibreOffice !
"Viva la LibreOffice", said Guy Lunardi, product management Director at Novell.

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