4 weeks ago, The Document Foundation He launched v6.4.2 of its office suite to solve more than 90 errors. Yesterday, April 15, the company released the third update in the same series, a LibreOffice 6.4.3 It has come packed with bug fixes. But, as a point version that it is, this new release has landed without some new features that are reserved for major releases, like 6.4 that was released in January (News list) or the 6.5 that will arrive already in autumn.
Keep in mind that The Document Foundation continues to offer LibreOffice 6.4.x as the version for which we want all the news. The company offers two possibilities: the one that is now on the v6.3.5 for production teams, which has fewer functions but is also much more tested, and this v6.4.3, which does include everything they have added, but also has more bugs because it is less tested.
LibreOffice 6.4.3 is not yet recommended for production teams
LibreOffice 6.4.3 is a release that polishes previous versions, which means that improves stability and reliability, while adding compatibility fixes. The latter tend to improve compatibility with Microsoft Office, the most widely used office suite on the planet as it is the best known option in Windows operating systems. Therefore, although it is not a very exciting release, it is worth installing as soon as possible, at least on computers that have the 6.4 series of software installed.
LibreOffice 6.4.3 It is now available from the official website of the project, which we can access from this link. Linux users have it available in DEB, RPM or binary packages. There is also the new version in Flatub as a Flatpak version; the Snap version still not updated. Those of us who use the official repositories of a distribution will still have to wait a few days for the update to appear.