Two weeks ago, on April 16, The Document Foundation He launched v6.4.3 of your office suite. It was the most up-to-date version of their software, which includes all the new features, but also offers a more tested and more fixed version for production teams. A few hours ago, the company launched LibreOffice 6.3.6, the one that happens to v6.3.5 that I arrive two months ago, to make the more stable option work even better.
This new release has focused on correcting errors, which also means that it does not include any new features. In addition, as long as they do not find a serious security flaw that needs to be corrected, this is the latest version of this series, so users who are using it will not receive further improvements until they update to the 6.4 series of the suite. Taking into account that the most up-to-date version is v6.4.3 mentioned above and that The Document Foundation does not usually recommend its software for production teams until it has released 5 maintenance updates, we will still have to wait a month if we want to stay on the version considered. as "safe."
From LibreOffice 6.3.6 we will have to go to LibreOffice 6.4.5
Looking to the future, the next big release will already be that of LibreOffice 7, version that will arrive this summer. Among the changes that it will introduce we have to finally abandon the support for Flash Player, something understandable if we take into account that even Adobe has forgotten about it. In the current version, Flash Player is still used for some drawings and presentations.
For users interested in downloading LibreOffice 6.3.6, is now available for all supported systems from the download web page of The Documen Foundation, which you can access from this link. What Linux users have available in the previous link are DEB, RPM and binary packages, in case we are in a hurry to test this version, but they should update the packages in the repositories of our Linux distribution soon.