In early February, The Document Foundation He launched v7.5.0 of its office suite, and among the most outstanding news we had an improved dark mode. A few moments ago, the company has made official the launch of LibreOffice 7.5.1, a purely corrective version that has focused on improving the user experience and security of the existing one. They have also posted a link to Collabora Office for Android and iOS, with what is supposed to be or has become, if not the official version for mobile phones, then the most official version for this type of device.
Regarding new features, LibreOffice 7.5.1 has introduced a total of 92 changes, collected in the publications on the RC1 y RC2 from 7.5.1. Neither of them mentions new features, since these arrived in February, with the improved dark mode being the highlight, but also with new icons with a more current touch.
LibreOffice 7.5.1 is not recommended for production computers
As always, The Document Foundation continues to offer at least two stable versions of its office suite: the "still" or LTS, which is the one it recommends for production teams because it has more corrections and which is currently at 7.4.5, and the "fresh", which is the one that It has all the news, but so many bugs have not been fixed yet enough for TDF to recommend it for work teams. At the very least, they will have to release four more point updates for the 7.5 series to be the recommended option for the project that develops the most popular free office suite.
LibreOffice 7.5.1 can now be downloaded from your official website, offering RPM and DEB packages for Linux users. The flatpak and snap packages are yet to be updated, and those of us who prefer the option of the official repositories of our distribution will have to wait a while, depending on its philosophy.
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