The free (for personal use only; business users can contact vendor Kryon Systems for per-seat pricing info) app provides interactive help for a handful of applications, including Microsoft Office 2007, Facebook, Firefox, and iTunes. Support for Office 2010 is expected in early 2011, and the company is considering adding support for additional apps, such as Photoshop, in the future.
Just installed this application and you can ask him any questions. After you ask a question this application will display a results that related to your question and will show a two options "Do It" or "Guide Me". "Do It" option is that you let this application do the task for you. you don't even have to touch the mouse (unless the application asks for your input). You can sit back and watch as Leo completes a task, such as creating a chart in an Excel worksheet. The other option, called "Guide me," has Leo walk you through the process, showing you where and when to click and enter info.
I just try this cool application. This application is very helpful.
Help by Leo was indeed very helpful most of the time. It did occasionally stumble, but not so often that I'd hesitate to recommend it. Leo will prove especially useful to software newbies who are intimidated by text-heavy help menus, and would benefit from the application's ability to complete tasks for them. And even advanced users just might find that Leo has a little help to offer them, too.
Note: This software comes in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. This is the 64-bit version, which is for 64-bit PCs running a 64-bit OS. If your PC is running a different supported OS, please download the 32-bit version instead.