Indian Government moves forward towards replacing Windows with BOSS OS

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  1. Dan

    I understand NRCFOSS/Centre for Development of Advanced Computing is behind BOSS OS, and that Indian banks are switching ATMs to BOSS. The concept of BOSSMOOL is interesting as it aims to redesign the Linux kernel with minimal object oriented core components…very nice if so. But it seems to not have much support for English so I can’t try it. In the meantime, though I still use Windows 10, Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon (tweaked with 4.1.03-exton Linux kernel for new PCs) has worked well for me as but one Windows alternative. Anyway, hope BOSS brings more opportunities to Indian users and developers who might be limited by computers requiring English as main OS support. Cheers!

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