LibreOffice 4.2 is now out, featuring improved integration with Windows and new features for power users and the enterprise.
“LibreOffice 4.2 offers two Windows-specific improvements for business users: a simplified custom install dialog to avoid potential mistakes, and the ability to centrally manage and lock-down the configuration with Group Policy Objects via Active Directory,” the Document Foundation wrote in an announcement today. “All users benefit from better integration with Windows 7 and 8, with thumbnails of open documents now grouped by application and a list of recent documents, both showing on the task bar.”
Windows users aren’t the only ones to benefit from the latest release of the open source office suite, which is also available on OS X and Linux.
via Ars Technica http://ift.tt/Mlhq7q