I think some very whimsical and uninformed comments from the author.
Unfortunately, that information makes users distrust LibreOffice not
want to test their virtues. I would say that LibreOffice is in its best
and still much more to do.
Some articles with facts showing quality and low error that has
El 04-11-2015 17:58, CVAlkan escribió:
For what it's worth...
In a review of Microsoft Office 2016 in the November 2015 of PC
long time reviewer Edward Mendelson gives the new version of
suite 4.5 of 5 stars. As is typical of such reviews, the main
followed by a short section - in this case titled "Office Alternatives"
describing other competitive offerings, such as Google Apps, Corel
WordPerfect Office, Apple's iWorks, etc.. He had the following to say
"Although Office 2016 as a whole towers over its competition, it isn't
best at everything. LibreOffice 5 is a free and open-source suite, so
governments and security-conscious organizations can use it without
about what might be hidden inside Microsoft's code - but it's also
"Clumsy" seems to me to be a matter of what one is used to (i.e. de
non disputandum as Horace said), and Mr. Mendelson doesn't explain what
means by "unstable" (it's of course easy to find "bugs," but I consider
"unstable" to suggest frequent crashes, which I haven't experienced or
There are a variety of use cases for which LibreOffice is simply
for serious work of course, but these are not the sort of things that
average user would run across. Given that LibreOffice is FREE, and
mostly by volunteers with a wide range of programming skills and
it seems to me that the author's characterization misses the whole
proposition of LibreOffice.
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