Operating System U utilizes a system menu called StartLight, which gives the user a familiar and efficient Start-like menu that can also allow you to search through your entire computer with a search bar on top, similar to OS x's Spotlight. The main focus of Operating System U is to maintain consistency for the user. It is for this reason we pledge to never make any major or unnecessary changes to our OS or force any major changes onto the users. It's your OS, it's your choice. Operating System U also aims to put the control of your OS back into the hands of you, the user. It's for this reason that you can customize every aspect of Operating System U through GUIs (graphical user interfaces) easily and intuitively. You can do things such as change the font, color of the fonts, the color scheme of the desktop, the panel background, the panel location, adding a dock, change the icon theme, change the mouse cursor theme and so much more.
This newly designed system has all the bells and whistles that business owners, students, and everyday pc users are looking for. The launch of the Operating System U’s website will provide details into the company’s upcoming products such as their Ubook Go laptop with Operating System U preinstalled and various exciting upcoming features. Their flagship Ubook Go has an 11.6” screen, sleek lightweight frame, weighing only 2.2 pounds. On August 22, 2014, a kickstarter campaign will be launched with amazing offers to backers including an opportunity to get an Ubook Go at the lowest possible price.
For more information on Operating System U, go to http://www.operatingsystemu.com
About Andrew Bernstein
Andrew Bernstein, is a 17-year-old high-school student from Short Hills, NJ with also have ADHD. As a result of his resistant to certain change and the ever changing environment of operating systems, he set out to create Operating System U. It's called Operating System U because it's the user's OS. With OS u, the goal is to strive to create a consistent and user-friendly OS. Andrew wanted to put the power back into the hands of the user. It is by this that he pledges to never introduce a feature and force it onto the user. It is the user's desktop, thus it is the user's choice. Consistency and Control. User-oriented computing at its best.