If you are looking for ProjectLibre, you have come to the right place. We explain what ProjectLibre is and point you to the official download.
What is ProjectLibre?
ProjectLibre is the open-source, free alternative to Microsoft’s Project software. Due to its free nature, it bypasses the usual need for license fees when using servers for (most) project management software. The program was originally a fork of OpenProject. It boasts a ribbon user interface largely similar to Microsoft Project’s UI, making it easy to use for those familiar with that other program, and is also fully compatible with Microsoft’s program. Like other open source software, the program is also very extensible, supporting high levels of user-driven customization.
The software allows users to work on Gantt charts and PERT graphs (although not the technique itself), and it also includes tools for creating hierarchical resource lists for project managers to use in their work. Earned value performance management is also given attention in the software as a method for evaluating project progress. Task lists and work breakdown structures are also other features that users can take advantage of when working with the program.
InfoWorld named the program the best of open source software and it made the list of top 10 open source programs in 2013.
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File types supported by ProjectLibre
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About file types supported by ProjectLibre
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Last updated: : June 25, 2014