It is fairly unjust to compare a high school student's effort with a product of an organization which boasts of having the best programmers in the world, and has spent billions of dollars and decades to develop and market their product.
The article was an attempt to bring to light the genius of people like Ramlal who are unfortunately not brought to the limelight. And who knows ... might be tomorrow if a dozen of Ramlals team up .. they might give Windows a run for their money ....
And as for Windows ... the days when Windows was synonymous with OS is already a thing of the past.
Microsoft's only factory asset is the human imagination. (Bill Gates)