Last week, the Document Foundation LibreOffice 7.0 has been released with OpenDocument Format 1.3 support capabilities and acceleration based on the Vulkan GPU.
The Document Foundation published some statistics for the first week of availability.
The new office suite has been downloaded 422.938 times.
The number published by the Document Foundation represents only the statistics from the official download page, so the number is probably much higher, as users can download the new version from torrents and package managers.
In addition to the downloads, the Document Foundation revealed how many times the press release was viewed, how many times the announcement tweeted, how many views the review video received, and how many times the announcement was "liked" on Reddit.
The press release had 113.235 views, there were 54.079 Tweet views, 48.874 video views and 1.509 positive votes on Reddit.
If you want an office suite and can't afford Microsoft Office, LibreOffice 7.0 may be a good alternative for you.
In the last development cycle the bet was the improved support for Microsoft files in LibreOffice. So if you have ever had compatibility issues before, try again, as the latest version has probably solved your problem.