Here we are going to discuss How to Install LibreOffice on Windows 10. LibreOffice is the best alternative for MS Office, we get all the tools MS Office offers. Even we can open and edit the documents which are initially prepared on MS Office. Yes, it’s true.
LibreOffice is a free and open-source office suite developed by “The Document Foundation“. The office suite is available for Windows, Linux and MacOS. In a Linux computer, it comes preinstalled.
Also Read: Top 5 Free Microsoft Office Alternatives
Everybody needs an office suite for there works. Most commonly and widely used office suite is Microsoft Office. Microsoft Office cost you $100 for the home and student version, where you get MS Word, Excell, PowerPoint and OneNote. If you buy a computer or laptop preinstalled with Windows OS then you get MS office tool.
Now if you don’t have MS Office on your computer, what you will do? Will you buy one or will you go with a pirated version of MS Office. When you use the pirated version of the software, your computer is most vulnerable to malware and viruses. If you want to buy then you have to spend some money. So, here we have a solution to this “LibreOffice” free alternatives for MS Office.
How to Install LibreOffice
In this section, we’ll discuss how to download and install LibreOffice on Windows. Here we also included a video tutorial, if you find difficulties to follow the steps mentioned below.
Step 1: Open any browse, search for LibreOffice and open the link from libreoffice.org and download the software.
Step 2: After the download is being completed, open the software to install. On the installation, window click on next and select the Setup type “Typical” and “Custom“.
Note:- For Direct installation select “Typical“, now if you want to customize your installation then select “Custom“.
Step 3: Now here select your “Optional Components” and “Additional user interface languages” and then click on “Next”.
Step 4: Set LibreOffice to be the default application for Microsoft Office file types. This means, for instance, that if you double click on one of MS Office file type, LibreOffice will open it.
Step 5: Now if you want to create a desktop shortcut then check the box of “Create a shortcut on desktop“.
Step 6: Finally click on “Install“, the installation process will take some time so wait until the installation complete.
After you completed the installation, you are ready to use the LibreOffice Suite. To open click on start and look for LibreOffice folder, inside that folder you will get all the office suite tools.