LibreOffice, considered the leading Microsoft Office alternative, has been released and sold in the Microsoft Store for the Windows 10 operating system.
The manufacturer's company LibreOffice, The Document Foundation, features it as one completely free suite, Office equivalent, but in Microsoft Store is offered at the price of 2,99 euro.
While the price of 2,99 euros is considered to be used only for donations, the name of the publisher is not "The Document Foundation" but a developer named ".net".
This is a bit strange, as there is no announcement from the manufacturer (TDF) and generally if you download it you will get exactly the same things you will have to install the free suite from the official page of "The Document Foundation". In addition, the application is offered for free from the Store as a trial, which you are supposed to pay after the end of the trial period, you will have to pay 2,99 euros, but users report that they were allowed to continue running it even when the period test terminated.
Considering all of the above we recommend that you avoid downloading this version from the Store or if you do, at least do not pay for it. LibreOffice is a totally free suite and you can always download from the official website and enjoy all of its potential without spending one euro. Besides, it will not be the first time a fake application of LibreOffice is released in the Microsoft Store. 2014 has been renamed.