I’ll be the first person to admit that there are applications missing from Ubuntu. This is also true of other Linux distributions, as well. But I think this is a larger issue with distributions like Ubuntu simply due to its popularity.
This article will share some of the most commonly missed applications that Linux users have expressed interest in seeing ported over.
Microsoft applications missing from Ubuntu
Microsoft Word – As much as it pains me to say it, there are still some situations where you’re required to use Word. Keep in mind, LibreOffice and other software titles provide fairly decent word processing abilities. Sadly though, there are schools and some businesses that require people to utilize this software instead. Admittedly, there is some functionality found in Microsoft Word that is missing in LibreOffice. While I’m perfectly happy with LibreOffice’s word processor, there are some of us who would gladly pay the extra to have access to an installed copy of this software. (Read the rest)