FreeOffice is another great Office software. For me, FreeOffice is the best alternative to Microsoft Office. If you are looking for a replacement for your Microsoft Office, then you may end up with LibreOffice or WPS Office. But actually, there is another Office solution for Linux users. This article will show you how to install FreeOffice on Fedora 31.
FreeOffice is developed by Softmaker, a popular software developer. They offer the software for free. FreeOffice is a complete Office suite with a word processor, a spreadsheet application and a presentation program – all compatible with their counterparts in Microsoft Office.
Steps to Install FreeOffice on Fedora 31
Please note that this method should works on other Fedora versions. But personally, I only test it on Fedora 31.
Step 1. Download FreeOffice for RPM Linux
Since there are different versions, make sure you download the correct version for Fedora. Choose the RPM package either 32/64 bit depends on your current system.
Step 2. Install the RPM file
So now, you should have a RPM file. To install, simply right click the RPM file and choose Open With Software Install.
Wait until the installation process completes.
Step 3. Run FreeOffice
You can start using FreeOffice via the application menu. On the first run, you will be asked to select the interface. You can choose modern or classic interface.
Thank you for reading this tutorial How to Install FreeOffice on Fedora 31. See you on the next tutorials.