A guide written by Ravi Saive published in tecmint magazine explains the steps for installing recently released LibreOffice 4.4.3 in popular GNU/Linux distributions like RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
LibreOffice is an open source and much powerful personal productivity office suit for Linux, Windows & Mac, that provides feature rich functions for word document, data processing, spreadsheets, presentation, drawing, Calc, Math and much more. LibreOffice has large number of satisfied users across the globe with almost 7.5 million downloads as of now. It supports more than 30 languages and runs on all major operating systems.
The Document Foundation team proudly announced the third bugfix release from the 4.4 branch of LibreOffice on May 7th 2015, is now available for all major platforms including Linux, Windows and Mac OS. This new update features a large number of exciting new features, performance and improvements and is targeted to all kinds of users, but especially appealing for enterprise power users.