The Document Foundation has released first release candidate for LibreOffice 3.6. This is the next major version of the open-source office suite scheduled to be out later this year. The feature set of LibreOffice 3.6 had been fixed in the beta release, but this version fixes nearly 20 major and minor bugs. Users will be able to experience more stability and reliability in this release candidate.
LibreOffice writer now supports contextual spacing and a new business card creation wizard. Word counting has also been drastically improved. For Calc, the developers have added an new Default options window. This will be a great help as users will now be able to define customizable default values for fields and insert them with just Ctrl+D.
New widescreen format slides have been added in Impress. The user interface has got general improvements like borderless toolbars that makes LibreOffice 3.6 more visually appealing.