The Document Foundation announces a new release, the third maintenance update for the latest LibreOffice 6.2 version. This is LibreOffice 6.2.3 that you can install on your favorite GNU / Linux distri to be able to enjoy all the news that this new version of the most popular free office suite brings. In it you will find interesting news that we are now going to comment on and that will benefit the millions of teams that already use this free software.
LibreOffice 6.2.2 already included a lot of bug fixes and some improvements, but now the developers have continued to work hard to keep up with the marked progress and make LibreOffice 6.2.3 has a total of 92 changes, with more than 90 bugs fixed. Some changes that will make the experience with LibreOffice much more stable, satisfactory and reliable. Something that is appreciated to improve productivity.
However, LibreOffice 6.2.3 is not a very optimized, stable and robust version, since it is more oriented to home users. All those who want a suite a lot more optimized, stable and robust for business environments may better opt for the version LibreOffice 6.1.5. But if what you are looking for is the latest news available, for not so professional uses, you can already try this latest version on Linux, macOS, Windows platforms.
La next update is expected at the end of May, with the arrival of LibreOffice 6.2.4. The guys will continue to work hard so that we continue to see great progress. If you want to download and install LibreOffice, you can use the package managers of your favorite distro, although not all repos will be updated to the latest version. If you want the latest version, I invite you to enter the official project website. There you can download the office suite and other additional accessories, such as addons, translations for the interface, etc., as well as find a multitude of information and documentation.