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Here Is LibreOffice 5.0 With More Stability And Better Performance, Install/Upgrade To LibreOffice 5.0 In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Today The Document Foundation (TDF) has released another solid, more stable and better version over the previous version, LibreOffice 5.0. There are improvements and also it's first time LibreOffice is for Windows 64-bit system. LibreOffice 5.0 is considered as the joint between the last versions and the future versions. So somethin
 

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Adobe Brakets 1.4 An Awesome Text Editor Released, Install In Ubuntu 15.04/14.04 Or Derivatives

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Adobe Brakets 1.4 An Awesome Text Editor Released, Install In Ubuntu 15.04/14.04 Or Derivatives

Adobe Brackets is a text editor developed by Adobe developers. You will like it if you are a web designer. Brackets window splits into two parts vertical or horizontal both and this unique user interface helps managing multiple documents simultaneously. You can easily install Adobe Bracketsin Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other derivatives.
 

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The Document Foundation Released LibreOffice 4.4.5 With Bug Fixes

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The Document Foundation Released LibreOffice 4.4.5 With Bug Fixes

The document foundation released another update LibreOffice 4.4.5 which contains 80+ bug fixes over the previous release. LibreOffice is one of the most popular Office app that is also very active. Regular releases makes it more stable and feature-rich. According to the team LibreOffice 4.4.5 replaces LibreOffice 4.3.7 as "still" version for more conservative users and enterprise deployment. Install this update in Ubuntu/Linux Mint or other derivatives to get bug fixes. 

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