Office Lotus Symphony Version 3 is available, This version is based on the current OpenOffice.org 3 codebase and has many new and enhanced features. Some major features we find About office lotus symphony: “IBM® Lotus® Symphony™ is a richly-featured set of productivity tools that are intuitive and easy to use and provided at no […]
Openoffice 3.3.0 RC1 is released, this new beta release incorporates several fixes and other features. Among the improvements to be found with openoffice_logoOpenOffice.org 3.3.0 include an improved extension manager, spreadsheet improvements, initial integration with the Renaissance Project, printing restructuring, and improved Calc spreadsheet performance.
Updated-03/06/2011 (Libreoffice3.4 final is released) LibreOffice is a productivity suite that is compatible with other major office suites, and available on a variety of platforms. It is free software and therefore free to download, use and distribute. LibreOffice 3.4 is available for download at the LibreOffice Web site. The current release is basically a […]
The community of volunteers who develop and promote OpenOffice.org, the leading free office software, announce a major change in the project’s structure. After ten years’ successful growth with Sun Microsystems as founding and principle sponsor, the project launches an independent foundation called “The Document Foundation“, to fulfil the promise of independence written in the original […]
According to OSTATIC, With Oracle’s lawsuit against Google regarding parts of the Java code used in the Android OS drawing interpretation of manydifferent kinds. Many analysts are seeing that the implications of Oracle’s suit stretch far beyond the issue it has with Android. And, as the Acrossad.org blog notes, the OpenOffice suite of open source […]
Openoffice3.2 Final is available. The new version of openoffice.org 3.2 comes with many new features and improvements. If you are under fedora12, linuxMint8, Ubuntu 9.10 karmic koala or debian you can follow the instructions bellow to install or upgrade to Openoffice3.2.
Another week, another example of how Microsoft is being forced to react to the increasing adoption of OpenOffice.org as the 2010 office software of choice. Clearly worried by OpenOffice.org’s increasing market share, Microsoft has been forced to change its licencing terms in an attempt to hold on to its internet cafe business.