Ubuntu 12.10's default Help landed with new "What's new in Ubuntu 12.10?" category
Ubuntu ships by default Yelp, a handy easily-graspable help utility, presenting the user Ubuntu's applications, tips, explanations, recommendations, etc, via a clickable web-browser like experience.
A new version of Yelp/Help has landed in Ubuntu 12.10, refreshing its informations with up-to-date details, details implemented for an accurate Quantal-specific overall how-why-where-what approach.
Consequently, opening Ubuntu Desktop Guide (Yelp), faces the user with the mentioned category, properly situated under
Welcome to Ubuntu, a visual detail bearing a high relevancy level.
Clicking on it, exposes Ubuntu 12.10's key points, such as Unity Photos lens, Unity Gwibber lens, Online Accounts, etc, bundle of new features incarnated as defaults in Quantal Quetzal.
The above features are carefully explained, bearing a quick yet effective informative role, thus, at a first glance (in a matter of minutes), the newcomer is to be familiarized with powerful features, such as the usage of Online Accounts, online services accessible via Unity Photos lens, etc.
Launch Yelp via the Dash by typing
help in the search area.
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