Last but not least, a refined interface, a new splash screen, and a redesigned About page are also included in this new release, as are a raft of performance improvements, bug fixes, and extended localization.
LibreOffice is becoming increasingly popular in corporate environments around the world, Effenberger noted.
Among the organizations to embrace it recently, in fact, are the Capital Region of Denmark, the cities of Limerick in Ireland, Grygov in the Czech Republic, Las Palmas in Spain, the City of Largo in Florida, the municipality of Pilea-Hortiatis in Greece, and the Public Library System of Chicago.
LibreOffice 3.6 is aimed at power users, the Document Foundation says; more conservative users should stick with LibreOffice 3.5. The software is now available as a free download.