BharOS the Indian made Operating system
The Bhar OS, developed by iit madras, India has made some headway in its quest for a domestic OS. It’s definitely a huge leap forward to create an indigenous ecosystem and a self-reliant future.
Here we have yet another case study of a totally independently developed OS that’s actually just AOSP. Meet “BharOS“, the much-hyped “indigenous operating system” developed by a firm incubated by one of India’s top technical universities and funded by the government.
It is also showcase today in G20 global submit by Indian IT minister Ashwini Vaishnaw. Many people says its bharatos “bharat oprating system”.
"BharOS" that focuses on privacy and security, was successfully tested.
Founded with the goal of creating a free and open-source OS for use in government and public systems, is a significant step toward developing an indigenous ecosystem and #AatmaNirbharBharat.#BharOS pic.twitter.com/6KzWnJAIAt
— Dr. C.N. Ashwath Narayan (@drashwathcn) January 24, 2023