You can check for updates manually or automatically.
Checking for updates will also look for updates of all installed extensions.
Chooseto check manually.
You can disable or enable the automatic check in LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - LibreOffice - Online Update.
If an update is available, an icon on the menu bar will notify you of the update. Click the icon to open a dialog with more information.
You will see the Check for Updates dialogue with some information about the online update of LibreOffice.
Enable an Internet connection for LibreOffice.
If you need a proxy server, enter the proxy settings in LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - Internet - Proxy.
Chooseto check for the availability of a newer version of your office suite.
If a newer version is available and LibreOffice is not set up for automatic downloading, then you can select any of the following actions:
Download the new version.
Install the downloaded files.
Abort this check for updates for now.
If LibreOffice is configured to download the files automatically, the download starts immediately. A download continues even when you minimise the dialogue.
If automatic downloads are disabled, start the download manually.
If no update was found, you can close the dialogue.
You need Administrator rights to update LibreOffice.