has been expected, especially when compared to the pace that takes Libreoffice, but it is time and developers have launched the Apache Foundation Apache OpenOffice 4 .
some updates to Apache OpenOffice 4 should be remembered that this version includes code the Symphony office suite , which was also donated by IBM to the Apache Foundation. And since Apache OpenOffice 3.4 does not know anything, can you tell?
note. In fact, the first thing that jumps out is the new side panel , whose characteristics can be discovered in the lengthy article devoted to it in the Apache OpenOffice wiki. So, OpenOffice will just stick a capon to LibreOffice, which improves faster-so it seems-but still not provide the hoped-interface changes that require many users (whether those changes are as necessary as some suggest, that is another matter.)
Turning to developments
Apache OpenOffice 4 highlights the following:
- Improved interoperability with Microsoft Office
awaits the official website to download Apache OpenOffice 4, available for Windows, Mac OS X and of course, Linux. Also, can MuyComputer details.
Finally, the question to users ‘hardcore’ of office suites is required: Apache LibreOffice or OpenOffice? Is there much difference between the two projects? (Yes, we all know that Microsoft Office is the best, no need to remind anyone unless contribute a constructive argument.