Who uses LibreOffice?

Tens of millions of people around the world use LibreOffice every day, in homes, businesses, charities and government departments. Some notable users include:


MIMO, France's inter-ministerial working group on free software, runs LibreOffice on almost 500,000 PCs. The software is used in many departments including energy, defence, agriculture and education. See here for more users in France.


The administration of the Spanish autonomous region of Valencia has installed LibreOffice on 120,000 PCs. This has provided the administration with IT vendor independence and reduced expenditure on proprietary software licenses.


Italy's Ministry of Defence is transitioning to LibreOffice and the Open Document Format (ODF) on over 100,000 computers. The Ministry is developing online courses to help with the switch to LibreOffice.


Taiwan's Ministry of Finance has installed LibreOffice on over 24,000 PCs, with the standardised Open Document Format becoming the norm for exchanging data in the various departments.


In Brazil, the UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista, exchanged more than 10,000 PCs to LibreOffice. This is part of a larger migration towards free and open-source software (FOSS) including the operating system GNU / Linux.


Many companies, schools and other organisations in the Czech Republic use LibreOffice - see here for more details.



Businesses using LibreOffice can get long-term support versions and value-added services from our ecosystem partners. If you're a home or small office user, download LibreOffice today and join the growing number of users getting their work done with open source and open standards.