I've recently discovered great program for managing hundreds of my ebooks. It's called calibre and can operate with cellphones and Amazon Kindle. Do you use it?
Then Calibre is definitely for you. It is actually one of the best softwares I have ever used. I can download any .PDF from anywhere and put it into the software to convert it instantly to a .MOBI to put onto my Kindle. Also if you have a ebook file without any data on it Calibre can automatically pull the data from Amazon's description of the book, genre, publisher and everything! Then you can easily search for the cover through Calibre, it searches multiple websites for different covers for the same book. If you have an Ereader then you definitely need Calibre.I find I do need something to manage my ebooks, although I tend to put them in nice ordered folders, I dunno but seeing the covers all displayed on a nice fake computer bookcase just makes me happy. It is the little things in life, eh?
If you are referring to the Libre that acts as a secondary to Microsoft Office and Openoffice then no. The suffix libre just means book and you can see how it can used in both of the programs. So to make the answer to your question short: No Libre and Calibre have absolutely no association together.I have only got a few eBooks. So I haven't put much thought about managing them. Maybe this would be a good time to start before my collection becomes so large as to be unmanageable. I think I will download Calibre and see how it works. Does Calibre have anything to do with Libre? I am asking because of the similar suffix.