MIT is famed as a spawning place for great and wonderful ideas that make the world a better place, and the YouOS is yet another feather in the burgeoning MIT cap. YouOS is a Web-based operating system that comes with its very own suite of applications that do not require a single cent to use – in other words, free. These programs include an email client, a RSS reader, a text editor, a chat program, along with a host of other programs that border almost 200 in total. Looks like Web-based programs are the way to go in the future – when will Microsoft pick up on this trend and come up with Windows Online?
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