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[libreoffice-marketing] Question regarding Microsoft Store download of Vanilla Libreoffice


Reading over the press announcement from CIB[1] this line, "TDF branded
version relies on the global LibreOffice community for assistance and help,
while LibreOffice powered by CIB also provides online support, automatic
updates and security fixes for 18 months." raised a question after then
reading the paragraph on Window 10 S.

"Applications on the Microsoft Store use the new generation packaging
format MSIX/APPX, simple and secure, and are ready for deployment in
Windows 10 S and beyond. Windows 10 S mode is a simplified version of
Windows 10 for security and performance which offers the same experience.
To improve security, it only allows Microsoft Store apps and requires
Microsoft Edge for browsing."

Are there any automatic updates with the Vanilla LibreOffice $9.99 package?
Either for current Windows 10 users or someone on Win 10 S, which it sounds
like would need the MS Store do do so.

Thanks and best wishes,



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