LibreOffice is the power-packed free, libre and open source personal productivity suite for Windows, Macintosh and GNU/Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers. You, too, can get involved!
- Includes Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Base, Math, and a PDF file creator
- Available in over 30 languages with more being added continually
- Simple-to-use yet powerful interface that is easy to personalize
- Compatible with all major competitors' file formats, easily import and export
- LibreOffice is supported by worldwide community
- Stable and functional product with roots going back 20 years and testing done by thousands of users and security experts
It’s super stable, opens more formats, contains many more features than AOO (compare Calc, Impress and Math), the developers respond quickly to bug reports, the translations are way better as well. There’s nothing to dislike!
I have been using OO/LO since 1.9, but since LO 4.x was released, this is the best office suite ever! It's very stable now.
Brilliant software, have tried others, but this is better.
The best Office suite currently on Linux, in my opinion and it's free. That's really remarkable. Thank you so much Libre team! Btw. I noticed that it works better and faster in Linux than in Windows. Many multi-platform apps do and especially the ones that were Linux native before going MP.
Since the fork, I have been using Open Office and Libre Office concurrently to see which one is better for me. Now the difference between the two is becoming bigger, it's clear that Libre Office wins it for me as the interface is better, causing better productivity. The Libre Office team has clearly some focus on usability. What I miss in both is a Project Management application which would suit a productivity suit excellent. Both should also improve the drawing application as these are mediocre, drawing charts should be much quicker than it is now.