Ubuntu 12.10's installer adds quetzal-based welcome screen
Installing Ubuntu, faces the user with its installer, where the slideshow exposes numerous key areas of Ubuntu, such as office (LibreOffice), images (Shotwell), social (Gwibber), web browsing (Firefox), etc, images bearing valuable informations needed to familiarize the user with the about-to-be-installed operating system.
Ubiquity, Ubuntu's graphical installer, has been updated to version 64 in Quantal Quetzal, refreshing its contained images (displayed on the Ubuntu installation process), removing the pangolin and introducing the quetzal.
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