BharOS is an Android-based operating system developed by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras. The aim of the project is to create a customized operating system for low-cost smartphones, particularly for users in India and other developing countries.

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The following are a few explanations for why BharOS can be considered advantageous in developing nations.

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Localized Features

BharOS includes some features such as support for multiple regional languages and a built-in Indian calendar.

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Improved Privacy

BharOS includes a built-in ad-blocker, a firewall, and options for fine-grained app permissions.

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Compatibility

BharOS is designed to be lightweight and optimized for performance, making it a good choice for older or less powerful devices.

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Open-Source

BharOS is an open-source operating system, which means that anyone can contribute to its development and improvement.

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Ultimately, BharOS might be a good substitute for customisation and community interaction that may not be possible with other current operating systems.

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