LibreOffice for Windows is a fantastic free alternative to Microsoft Office, containing a full suite of well-designed software
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Microsoft Office is well known as one of the most popular office suites in the world, but its pricetag may put you off giving it a try. If that's the case, you need LibreOffice.
Developed by The Document Foundation, LibreOffice is an offshoot of OpenOffice, a free alternative to Microsoft Office. It's created, tested and developed by members of the OpenOffice community and aims to remain open source and free from vendor or company control.
LibreOffice contains everything you need from an office suite:
Writer (word processing)
Draw (diagrams and vector graphics)
Math (mathematical formulae)
You can save and open many different formats, including Microsoft file types (such as .doc and .docx files), which is ideal if you're collaborating with users of Microsoft Office, or if you've previously used Microsoft's suite but have decided to try LibreOffice.
The latest release includes several bugfixes and enhancements to make LibreOffice more stable.
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