Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — here’s what it’s like to use – Pulse Nigeria

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A former Google employee purchased a copy of North Korea’s operating system before returning to America, which lets us see what it’s like to use a computer in the country. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . When former Google employee Will Scott had the chance to visit thePyongyang University of Science and Technology, he also purchased a copy of North Korea’s “Red Star 3” operating system before returning to America. Little was publicly known about Red Star 3 at the time. North Korea used to use Windows, but it has since created Red Star 3, which is designed to look a lot like Apple’s macOS operating system. Red Star 4 is reportedly in the works, but for now, most people in North Korea are still on the third version. From stunning and picturesque wallpapers to removing South Korea from the available time zones, here’s what it’s like to use a computer in North Korea: This is the startup screen when you first boot up Red Star 3. Will Scott When installing Red Star 3, you’re prompted to select a city for your time zone. Interestingly enough, Seoul, South Korea, isn’t an option. Will Scott This is the log-in screen. Will Scott You’re in! You’ll notice Red Star 3 looks a lot like Apple’s macOS. Past versions looked more like Windows XP. Since Kim Jong Un was spotted using an iMac at his desk back in 2013, some people believe he wanted Red Star to look more like a Mac. Will Scott This is the word processor for creating documents. Will Scott Here’s the email client. Will Scott To access your saved documents, you use Red Star’s file manager, which looks a lot like Apple’s “Finder” management system. Will Scott Red Star’s web browser is called “Naenara,” and it is a heavily modified version of Mozilla Firefox. Will Scott This is how you personalize Red Star 3. We also have access to the wallpapers that are included. Will Scott This wallpaper is titled , or “snow at the baksol outpost.” Will Scott This wallpaper’s name translates to “Night view of Zhuangzi River fire.” Will Scott This wallpaper is called , or “daehongdan’s potato flowers” Will Scott This beautiful wallpaper translates to “Iron’s Azalea,” and shows the flowering Azalea shrubs. Will Scott This wallpaper called “On the horizon” shows a picturesque view of North Korean farmland. Will Scott This gorgeous waterfall wallpaper is called “Echo of the falls.” Will Scott This wallpaper is called , or “Beomanli’s Outskirts.” Will Scott This wallpaper is “Mt Paekdu’s Sunrise.” Paekdu is an active volcano that borders North Korea and China. Will Scott This is an updated version of an earlier post. See Also: If you’re thinking of buying Apple’s newest MacBook Air, spend the extra $100 and get the 13-inch MacBook Pro instead Everything I love and hate about Apple’s newest Mac Mini Google built a tiny Street View car to map out one of the world’s largest model cities, and the results are incredible
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