On behalf of the IT Ministry, the Minister Ashwini Vaishnav and the Minister of Education Dharmendra Pal started testing of BharOS at IIT Madras. BharOS is a mobile operating system introduced by the Government of India, which has been developed to ensure the privacy and security of the compatriots. The preparation of this mobile operating system was done by the government at the beginning of the year. The special thing is that both Android and iOS users will be able to use it. There are no default apps included with iOS. That is, it gives users the convenience that with this operating system they will be able to use only those applications that they want to use. No app comes pre-installed with the operating system. IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnav also reported this on his social media account.
In BharOS, users will have complete freedom as to which permissions they should grant to which app. In addition, the system will not force the user to use any application. It has been introduced with Native Over The Air (NOTE). The startup that develops this operating system has said that with the help of the operating system, the security of the device is fully guaranteed.
BharOS has been developed by the startup JandK Operations Pvt Ltd (JandKops) headed by Karthik Iyer. He said about it that NOTE updates are automatically downloaded and updated on the device. With this, the device is always updated with the latest version of the operating system. Because of this, security patches are continuously available on the phone or mobile device and bugs are always fixed. Recently, at a press conference on behalf of IIT Madras, it was said that BharOS has been presented as such a mobile operating system, the foundation of which is user trust. In this, the user will have more freedom and will be able to use only those applications that are important to him.
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