LibreOffice 7.2.5 comes after a security update with around 90 fixes

LibreOffice 7.2.5

Just a month ago today, The Document Foundation He launched versions 7.2.4 and 7.1.8 of your office suite. They were not updates to correct many bugs, but they were necessary because they closed a major security flaw. After that launch, a few moments ago have thrown LibreOffice 7.2.5, a point update that we could already label as "normal", since they have corrected bugs in the software that will make everything work better, and they have done so with a number of patches that are also more common.

Perhaps, considering that we are facing the fifth point update of the 7.2 series, 90 bug fixes They may sound like a lot, but not when we remember that a month ago they only released a patch, both in the version for production teams and in the most updated with all the news. Speaking of the version for production teams, this time it has not been updated, and it is not expected to do so more.

LibreOffice 7.2.5 is not yet recommended for production teams

The Document Foundation offers us two versions of its office suite: the most up-to-date, which is now LibreOffice 7.2.5, is intended for "technology enthusiasts" and "early adopters" who want to use all the new features as soon as possible. as soon as they come out. On the other hand, it offers another for production teams, currently v7.1.8, which is already more tested and with fewer bugs. The project usually recommends the newest version for production teams when they release the fifth maintenance update, but this time it has not been, probably because they are not counting the previous release as a version with a good number of fixes.

LibreOffice 7.2.5 It is now available to download from official website of the project. From there, Linux users can download DEB and RPM packages, but it is best to wait for our distribution to add the new packages to its official repositories or install the Flatpak package that will appear soon on Flathub.

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