The Document Foundation released LibreOffice 6.0 Final, a new version of the free and open source Office suite, for all supported operating systems yesterday.
The new version of the application is available for all supported desktop operating system -- Linux, Mac OS and Windows -- and as a cloud version.
The new version of the Office program does not support Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Mac OS 10.8 anymore. LibreOffice 6.0 requires at least Windows 7 Service Pack 1 on Windows machines and Mac OS 10.9 on Mac OS systems.
LibreOffice 6.0 comes with a big list of changes and improvements that improve interoperability, security, core apps and the help system.
Here is an overview of important changes in LibreOffice 6.0
The Document Foundation released a short video that highlights important changes as well.
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