BharOS Features– India’s first indigenously developed operating system ‘BharOS’ has been successfully tested today. The Union IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has successfully tested the “BharOS” at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT).
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Who developed BharOS?
The BharOS has been developed by JandK Operations Private Limited (JandKops), which has been incubated by IIT Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation, a Section 8 (Not for Profit) Company established by IIT Madras.
All you need to know about BharOS
BharOS is an Indian-made operating system that is designed to provide a secure and reliable alternative to popular foreign-made operating systems. It is aimed at providing the Indian government and businesses with a domestically-made option for their smartphones and it is designed to be compliant with Indian cyber security laws and regulations.
Bharat Operating System, BharOS is based on the Linux kernel and is designed to be a secure and reliable alternative to popular foreign-made operating systems such as Android and iOS. It is aimed at providing the Indian government and businesses with a domestically-made option for their computer systems.
One of the key features of BharOS is its security. The operating system is designed to be highly secure, with built-in security features such as firewalls, anti-virus software, and encryption. Additionally, BharOS is designed to be compliant with Indian cyber security laws and regulations.
Another important feature of BharOS is its support for Indian languages. The operating system includes support for multiple Indian languages, making it more accessible to users who may not be fluent in English. This is particularly beneficial for government and business applications, where it is important to be able to communicate with a wide range of people.
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BharOS Features: No Default Apps (NDA)
One of the key features of India’s first indigenous OS is that, it has been introduced with no default apps. That means the device will have no default apps. Users will be able to use only those apps, which they want to use.
The Bhar OS will not force the users to use any such app, which the users are not aware of. Through this operating system, users will be able to have complete control over the permissions given to the apps. Users will have the full control.
Native Over The Air (NOTA) will keep the device secure
The Bhar operating system has been introduced with ‘Native Over The Air’ (NOTA) feature. According to Karthik Iyer, director of the startup that created this mobile operating system, the security of the device is further confirmed through this special update.
Updates will not need to be downloaded separately to the device, this update will come pre-installed.
BharOS Features: Only trusted apps will have the access
BharOS will only grant access to trusted apps. through organization-specific Private App Store Services (PASS).