After an available time in which we could download and install the latest trial version by other means, it is now available in the default Ubuntu repositories LibreOffice 5.1.2. To be more exact, the version that has officially arrived on Ubuntu is v184.108.40.206 and includes over 80 fixes and enhancements. The announcement of the availability of the new version came from Italo Vignoli, of the Document Foundation.
LibreOffice 5.1.2 (2) is the second revision of the most advanced and stable version of LibreOffice suite Office software that comes installed by default on many GNU / Linux operating systems, such as the standard operating system version that gives this block its name. The new version arrives about a month after the release of version 5.1.1 mainly by correct many of the mistakes which have been reported by users.
LibreOffice 5.1.2 (2) arrives to fix bugs and add modifications
LibreOffice 5.1.2 focuses on technology enthusiasts, early adopters and demanding users. For more conservative users and business use, TDF recommends the “current” version: LibreOffice 5.0.5. For business use, the Document Foundation recommends the professional support of certified people.
It seems that LibreOffice 5.1.2 has had two versions release Candidate (RC) in March, a time when the developers behind the open source office suite have solved more than 80 problems, As well as have added various modifications and optimizations while keeping the software stable and reliable.
It is recommended for any user with version 5.1.1 or earlier to install LibreOffice 5.1.2, although TDF says it is the safest for those who need to do important work is version 5.0.5. In Ubuntu and its official flavors, the update should appear when you release the Software Update. For those who do not have it available, it can be downloaded from its official website.