office suite, which was born as a fork of the OpenOffice.org project looking at the history of Oracle with the rest of Sun’s Open Source projects after purchase, just reached version 3.3 with many improvements and additions .
good bit ago we talked about LibreOffice 3.3 RC4, and we have been very attentive to the creation and development (RC2, RC1, beta) of an office suite that has been delayed in its final version, but promises to take the good work that has been done until recently OpenOffice.org and now offer a range of services more and more interesting with each new version.
The new version has come true 10 of the most popular requests from users among those that highlight the power to work with SVG images, import from PDF files, clear navigation interface in Writer or for example, improved presentations.
LibreOffice is an open product that began his journey of hand user community OpenOffice.org when Oracle took over Sun and discontinued support for GNU / Linux OpenSolaris.
Then it became clear which were the motivations of the company and the community decided to take control of a solution derived from OpenOffice.org office itself, creating what is known as fork .
thus came LibreOffice and its development still going strong as evidenced by the arrival of the version 3.3 expected by many because it improves the stability of the same adding numerous features as can be seen on the project website.
can download the new version from our Downloads section.