UOS Aims to Replace Windows
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The Unity Operating System (UOS) is an in-house developed operating system by China-based software designers with the aim of replacing Windows gradually in the Chinese market. How far is it from realizing that goal?
UOS explains how it differs from Deepin OS
Under the wave of localization, China-made Unity Operating System (UOS), has been quite active recently, and the adaptat ...
UOS completes adaptation with Lenovo printers
Lenovo printers have completed adaptation with China-made Unity Operating System (UOS), Union Tech, the company behind t ...
Is UOS a Deepin OS with a new theme? Its developer responds
After the release of the Unity Operating System (UOS), some users questioned that it is not difficult to see from the UO ...
UOS developer's official website goes online
Union Tech, the developer of the Unity Operating System (UOS), announced that its official website has been launched, br ...
UOS gets support from domestic font library
The In Pin font library from 17Font has completed product compatibility and adaptation with the Unity Operating System ( ...
China-made UOS get support from another cybersecurity solution provider
The EDR product from Hangzhou-based cybersecurity solution provider DBAPPSecurity has completed product compatibility an ...
UOS completes adaptation with China-made application server
The Apusic Application Server made by China-based Kingdee has completed product compatibility and adaptation with the Un ...
UOS completes adaptation with domestic electronic signature software
The iSignature, an electronic signature software from China-based King Grid Technology, has completed adaptation with th ...
Huawei openEuler is a partner of UOS, not a competitor, analysts say
Huawei and Union Tech, the developer of the Unity Operating System (UOS) are partners instead of competitors, since Huaw ...
China-made UOS aims to surpass Windows, analysts say
The Unity Operating System (UOS) is the Chinese version of RedHat, and its goal is not only to catch up with Microsofts’ ...