Chrome OS, Google’s Linux-based os for its Chromebook gadgets, has actually been around for more than a years, however the business has actually made a little however significant branding modification: it’s now called ChromeOS, without any area in between. James Croom, Google’s senior director of marketing for ChromeOS, verified the modification to The Verge
You can see the modification on your own all over Google’s ChromeOS dev page(though the main logo design at the top appears to have a lowercase c.)
The modification hasn’t rolled out all over simply. On this ChromeOS page on Google’s Chromebook website, for instance, Google still spells the os as 2 different words. According to Croom, the business understands the modification isn’t shown all over however is pursuing making it appear more regularly, so it seems like the brand-new ChromeOS branding will be switched ultimately.
I understand this isn’t the most significant handle the world, however we here at The Verge like to take a look at branding and logo designs Apple long back moved its os to the “thingOS” branding, and I’m questioning if Google may do something comparable. Use OS still has an area— possibly Google will drop it in favor of WearOS when the Pixel Watch introduces this fall? I’m likewise going to compose the word “AndroidOS” so that we can jointly manifest it into presence. Or even better, ” FuchsiaOS.”
I’m joking (mainly) with those last 2, and we do not have any sign that Google prepares to alter anything however ChromeOS. If you’ve gotten utilized to composing Chrome OS with that area, it’s formally time to stop.