LibreOffice 24.2.4 now released

LibreOffice 24.2.4 now released

Last week the blog of The Document Foundation (TDF) announced the release of LibreOffice 24.2.4, the latest point release of the office suite since its switch to the new version numbering system.

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The updated release is available for immediate download for all major operating systems, GNU/Linux, MacOS and Windows. It includes over 70 bug and regression fixes compared with LibreOffice 24.2.3 to improve the software’s stability.

LibreOffice is the only office suite with a feature set comparable to – if not better* than – the ubiquitous and overpriced Microsoft Office suite.. It also offers a range of interface options to suit all user habits, from traditional to modern, and makes the most of different screen form factors by optimising the space available on the desktop to put the maximum number of features just a click or two away.

See the LibreOffice wiki for the bug fixes implemented in RC1 and RC2.

Finally, those who wish to support the work of The Document Foundation are invited to make a donation.

* = Like direct export in the epub e-book file format, for example.

Author: Steve Woods

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