Just three weeks ago, The Document Foudation launched the version 6.3.1 of your office suite. The one released on September 5 was the first maintenance release in this series and came to fix more than 80 known bugs. Today announced the second, LibreOffice 6.3.2, a new installment that corrects a total of 49 bugs. Among the bugs fixed there are also some that were reintroduced when trying to eliminate new ones, something that is known as a regression.
As for a long time, I always remember it that way, there are two versions available, v6.3.2 released today and v6.2.7 that released on September 5 along with v6.3.1. The Document Foundation continues to recommend LibreOffice 6.2.7 as a version for production environments, since it contains far fewer bugs than a LibreOffice 6.3.2 that has only received two maintenance releases and contains more bugs. The company only recommends the most up-to-date version for those of us who want to enjoy before the new features.
LibreOffice 6.3.2 includes all the new features; LibreOffice 6.2.7, stability
After two versions in three weeks, it is expected that the next one arrives already in november or at the end of October. It will be a new installment that will focus on correcting bugs, probably less than those that have been corrected in the version released today because they have already identified most of the important bugs.
As the company that develops it, we also do not recommend installing LibreOffice 6.3.2 on computers where important work is done with Writer, Draw, Math, Calc and Impress. In fact, many major distributions still offer v6.2.7 of the "Libre" office suite in their official repositories because they offer higher reliability and performance.
LibreOffice 6.3.2 It is now available, together with v6.2.7, from the LibreOffice download website for Windows, Linux and macOS. Linux users have their DEB and RPM packages available, but we can also install the suite, still without updating to v6.3.2, in its versions Snap y Flatpak.