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Here's what it's like to use a computer in North Korea

By Steven Tweedie of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 18: <p>When former Google employee <a href="https://wills.co.tt/">Will Scott</a> had the chance to visit the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, he also purchased a copy of North Korea's "Red Star 3" operating system before returning to America.</p><p> Little was publicly known about Red Star 3 at the time.</p><p>North Korea used to use Windows, but it has since created Red Star 3, which is designed to look a lot like Apple's Mac OS X operating system.</p><p> 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.</p>

When former Google employee Will Scott had the chance to visit the Pyongyang 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 Mac OS X operating system.

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.

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