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 developers says it has launched co-op with OS from multiple countries
The Unity Operating System (UOS) has launched international cooperation with operating systems from ...
China-made UOS releases V20 Service Pack 1
Starting March 28, the Unity Operating System (UOS) has been updated to V20 Service Pack 1 (SP1) for ...
UOS developer reveals its cooperate structure
Union Tech, the developer of the Unity Operating System (UOS), announced today that its organization ...
Academician urges speeding up push of China-made operating system
From the discontinuation of Windows XP in 2014 to the discontinuation of Windows 7 in 2020, we need ...
Replacing Windows? UOS claims to be able to boot in 30 seconds
In the operating system industry, Microsoft's Windows is an insurmountable mountain. In terms o ...
UOS gets support from a domestic host security system
MajorSEC's Falcon host security response system has completed adaption with the Unity Operating ...
China-made UOS developer goes on hiring spree
Union Tech, the developer of the Unity Operating System (UOS), today announced plans to recruit 5,00 ...
UOS completes adaptation and NTKO Office controls that allow editing documents online
In recent days, the Unity Operating System (UOS) has been expanding in terms of software and hardwar ...
UOS releases latest version adapted to China-made Shenwei CPUs
The latest version of the Unity Operating System (UOS) adapted to the Shenwei CPUs made in China has ...
UOS announces solutions after Windows 7 stops service
The Unity Operating System (UOS) developed by Chinese developers see big opportunities after ...