The developers of the PLASMA lab at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst have built a Unix-like operating system for your web browser simply to overcome the limitation of web browsers.
Now You Can Run Unix-like Operating System In Your Browser
We all know very well that current web browsers are excellent for reading blogs, playing videos small games and not only that they are even efficient for building user interfaces. What if I say you to use them as a platform through which you could code few heavy applications. Of course, you are thinking right, yes, they will simply fail.
But, hold on, what if I say all that now you can simply run all those things in your web browser itself? Sounds interesting right, Yes, now you can, as a team of developers from the University of the Massachusetts, Amherst, has built a Unix-like operating system for your web browser.
Now many of you might be thinking that ‘what is UNIX?’ Unix is a family of multitasking, multiuser computer operating systems that derive from the original AT&T Unix, developed in the 1970s at the Bell Labs research center by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others.
So, the operating systems like Unix allow the user to build applications with efficiency. But, as we told earlier that a team of developers from the University of the Massachusetts, Amherst, has built a Unix-like operating system for your web browser simply to overcome the limitation of web browsers.
Hence, the PLASMA lab at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst has created “Browsix“.
What is Browsix?
So, if you want to try the Browsix right now on your browser then simply click here and run the Unix-Like operating system in your browser instantly.