Open SourceThe Document Foundation announced LibreOffice 3.6.6, for Windows, MacOS and Linux, targeted to enterprises.

Open Office suite LibreOffice 4.0 was released about two months ago, but in practice, business users and home users of this product are often more interested in a stable set of software, rather than a solution to support the latest features of working with documents. That’s why The Document Foundation is not recommended to use for corporate use LibreOffice 4.0, preferring to recommend version 3.6, released last year.

Especially for those who are still working with LibreOffice 3.6 the developers of this product last week released a cumulative update, which was removed more than fifty previously identified vulnerabilities. In The Document Foundation said that the increasing demand for an open set there is in a business area, so for this category of consumers is also available in sets of bug fixes.

Release version of LibreOffice 3.6.6 is based on original LibreOffice 3.6.0, released in August 2012, but includes a number of modifications to the source code, improves the stability and updating some of the features. In addition, developers in version 3.6.6 fixed a total of 51 bug, including the one that touched error export files .Ppt, as well as export OOXML. In addition, fixed some bugs in the software Calc to work with spreadsheets.

It is estimated The Document Foundation, LibreOffice is now used around 20-30 million Linux-users and about 30-40 million Windows-users. The exact number of users can not be determined, because the product is free of charge and its use is not limited in any way.

Released update is available on the at LibreOffice website  http://www.libreoffice.org/download/

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