I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again: I love the Vancouver LoCo team.
Always using creative flair in their promotion of Ubuntu, the Vancouver team has today announced the release of a downloadable guide to using the Ubuntu Software Center.
The guide uses plenty of screenshots to illustrate instructions and ideas, and by using accessible language ensures that even the tech-illiterate can understand the points being made with clarity.
Although the guide is “…written primarily for the benefit of those coming from the world of proprietary, community-less software where random apps are downloaded from random web sites”, it can still prove useful to existing Ubuntu users.
For example, when skimming through the booklet I learnt that you can search for applications by competitor name: –
The Ubuntu Software Centre Guide is a free download available in .PDF format.