Monday, December 28, 2015

Red Star OS - A Look at North Korean Computing [Part 1]

Published on Nov 18, 2015
Ever wonder what computing is like in North Korea? Well, I'm here to give you a glimpse of that! Red Star OS is North Korea's own Operating System, and is believed to be the most widely used OS in the country. North Korea used to use Windows XP and 7 based systems (ironic, as Windows is a product of an American-based company) and English was used as the default language (also ironic). However, Red Star OS is made and developed inside North Korea. Version 3.0, which is the newest version, is the OS that I am demoing in this video. This version looks a lot like Mac OS X, while previous versions looked more like Windows.
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Info on Red Star OS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Sta...
Red Star OS 3.0 Download: http://www.openingupnorthkorea.com/Re...
Get root access & English: https://richardg867.wordpress.com/201...
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