LibreOffice 7.3.2 has arrived with a few dozen bug fixes

LibreOffice 7.3.2

Earlier last month, The Document Foundation He launched the second maintenance update for LO 7.3. In the same month, specifically yesterday, March 31, the company He launched LibreOffice 7.3.2, which is the second point update of the same series and, as such, it did not introduce any great novelties. What they did do was correct all the bugs they could of those detected in the last four weeks.

LibreOffice 7.3.2 is the freshest version of the most popular free office suite, and it came with a few dozen bug fixes. To be more specific, they applied more than 80 patches, and also fixed some regressions. As always, they also ensure that they have improved compatibility with Microsoft Office, something that will never cease to be necessary because it will never work perfectly when moving from one option to another.

LibreOffice 7.3.2 fixes more than 80 bugs

LibreOffice 7.3.2 Community represents the cutting edge in terms of features for open source office suites. For users whose primary goal is personal productivity and therefore prefer a version that has undergone more testing and bug fixes over new features, The Document Foundation offers LibreOffice 7.2.6.

The Document Foundation reminds again that it offers two options, four if we count the Enterprise versions. On one side we have the newest, like what they released yesterday, where they add all the new features as soon as they think they're stable. On the other hand, there is also a more conservative one, comparable to LTS software in that they are not updated as soon and, therefore, it is more stable. To these two versions we have to add another two, which are actually almost the same as those of the community edition, but with which TDF offers improved support and even special functions.

What's new in LibreOffice 7.3.2 can be seen at this y this other link, corresponding to RC1 and RC1 respectively. The software it can be downloaded from the official website in DEB packages, RPMs and their source code. In the next few days/weeks it will appear as an update on Linux distributions that use the "fresh" branch of LibreOffice.

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