LibreOffice patches 93 bugs in software

A new version of the free LibreOffice suite that fixes a range of bugs and regression issues previously present in the software is now available to download.

A maintenance update for the LibreOffice word processing software has fixed more than 90 bugs in the software.

The Document Foundation, the organisation behind the free software suite, said the new version (3.6.2) focuses on rectifying issues in the Windows, Mac and Linux builds, with a view to further enterprise adoption.

"The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 3.6.2, for Windows, MacOS and Linux, solving bugs and regressions and further improving the stability of the program for corporate deployments," the Document Foundation said in the blog post on Thursday.

The update fixes a wide array of issues ranging from incorrect word counts to formatting issues in the document and spreadsheet programs. It is available to download now for free from The Document Foundation's website.

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