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From: venkat (
Date: Sat Jun 13 1998 - 13:00:55 PDT

dear srivaishnavas ,

though it is something to do about "lowkika" please go thro this we have to feel

>       Hello Friends, 
> Forward This More  For Highlighting Indian Talent
> Here is some news about indian achievement.  Aren't we
> proud citizens...
> Ramlal Bhagat, a XII std. student from Haryana, 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's capabilities were demonstrated in
> a student
> convention at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), NewDelhi.
> HCL,Ltd.
> conducted benchmarks on the system and published results which
> arepartly
> reported here: O-Yes is 34% faster than Microsoft's Windows 95
> onsimilar
>  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
> graphaphical User
>  Interface (GUI) in which every program can be accessed with a
> maximumof
> two button clicks.The operating system provides plug n play
> capabilitywith
> numerous hardware devices. It has a superior memory
> managementfunction.
> The operating system is compatible with Windows 95 andWindows NT 4.0.
> HCL, Ltd. has offered an unknown amount to Ramlal Bhagat
> forpurchasingthe
> rights to the software. Ramlal Bhagat, described as "quiet and
> philosophical" by his peers, was not available for comment.
> SureshReddy,
> spokesman for HCL Ltd., said "this is the operating system that
> theworld
> has been waiting for". On HCL's move to purchase the rights to the
> software, he said "We are here to ensure that Mr. Ramlal gets fair
> recognition and compensation for his innovation. HCL Ltd. can
> providehima
> firm launchpad to market the software globally".
> Is this the beginning of the end of the Bill Gates' monopoly ?
> Letssee...
> send this to as many of your friends and relatives as possible so
> thatwhen
> the product hits the market it will be appreciated by every one give a
> great hand to the great Indian family of talents.
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