One of the most versatile rivals of the Microsoft Office, offers a free alternative to Microsoft's Docents editors for several years in the open office.
However, if the Orkley is taken to the Open Office, the project's members decided to stop joining and created a new development branch called LibreOffice, which is the natural heir of OpenOffice.
LibreOffice offers all the open offices offered: Word processors, spreadsheet editors, presentation software, graphics editors, database editors and equation editors.
All tools can replace the main office tools such as Word or Excel.
LibreOffice will be displayed on most GNU / Linux distributions and aims to be a model of free software in the world of business and office.
LibreOffice 5.1 is now available
It's been a time since the old office IT gravity - that, that any other suite from Microsoft is more complex and inappropriate with your docs - nothing falling under its own weight could be more than true. After the open office unrest, LibreOffice has become the best free option when it is the first one for document management. The new version of 5.1 adds attractive changes and add-ons that modify these concepts.
If you're not sure where to start when installing LibreOffice on Ubuntu, don't worry. Run a terminal window in the DEBS folder of the unzipped file and enter the sudo command dpkg -i *.deb.
|OpenSource||5.1.0 (32-bit) for Ubuntu||The Document Foundation|