KOffice (pronounced "K-office") was an integrated office suite for the K Desktop Environment (KDE), a desktop interface for Unix systems. It was first released in 2000 and the final version was published in 2012.

The suite contained productivity applications, including a word processor, image editor, and project planning tool. Like KDE, both the KOffice source code and the office suite are available as free downloads. The appplications included with KOffice are listed below.




  • KPlato - a project management and planning program

Supporting Programs

  • KFormula - a mathematical formula editor
  • KChart - a graphing and charting program
  • Kugar - a business report generating application

NOTE: KOffice was replaced by Calligra Suite, which was first released in 2012.

Updated August 29, 2019 by Per C.

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