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Today I came across an Operating System named O-Yes. According to the OS’s site it’s “the most efficient OS known to mankind. And it has been developed by a kid in India!! For many years it has been a closely guarded secret to protect our national interests.“. hmmm…. strange but might be interesting.

It continues to tell us about the developer of this secret and most efficient OS known to mankind: “Ramlal Bhagat, a Class XII. student from Haryana,India has developed a 32-bit operating system demonstrated to be far Superior to any of the desktop operating systems in the market today. The program has been named O-Yes. O-Yes provides operating system services on any Pentium-based personal computer (PC) and does not require MS-DOS as a base operating system“.

The Operating System is compared only to Windows 95 and OS/2 and not to newer Operating System which means it probably wasn’t updated for a long time. More form the site “O-Yes is 34% faster than Microsoft’s Windows 95 on similar hardware. It is 29% faster than IBM’s OS/2. O-Yes loads 54% quicker than Windows 95 or OS/2. O-Yes has a customizable, user-friendly graphical User Interface (GUI), in which every program can be accessed with a maximum of two button clicks. The operating system provides plug n play capability with numerous hardware devices. It has a superior memory management function. The operating system is compatible with Windows 95 & WindowsNT 4.0”

The site also claims that HCL, Ltd. (a company in India) as offered an unknown amount to Ramlal Bhagat for purchasing the rights to the software. But there are no other reports on the outcome of this offer.

On July 22nd, 2005 Microsoft Corp. announced the official name of its next-generation Windows® client operating system, formerly code-named “Longhorn.”

That was the day “Windows Vista” was born.

The Internet has been on fire ever since with rumors and news about the next generation of Microsoft’s Operating System

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Windows Vista introduces a breakthrough user experience and is designed to help you feel confident in your ability to view, find, and organize information and to control your computing experience.


The visual sophistication of Windows Vista helps streamline your computing experience by refining common window elements so you can better focus on the content on the screen rather than on how to access it. The desktop experience is more informative, intuitive, and helpful. And new tools bring better clarity to the information on your computer, so you can see what your files contain without opening them, find applications and files instantly, navigate efficiently among open windows, and use wizards and dialog boxes more confidently.