A point release of the free office suite, LibreOffice, is aimed at power users and early adopters, the Document Foundation, the organisation under whose auspices development takes place, says.
The Document Foundation, the body that governs the open-source office suite LibreOffice, has announced the second major release of LibreOffice 6.
The open-source office suite LibreOffice has added experimental support for OpenPGP-based encryption in version 6.0, a release meant to mark the seventh anniversary of availability of the suite.
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