Chrome OS, Google’s Linux-based operating system for Chromebooks, has been around for more than a decade, but the company has made a small but notable rebranding: it’s now called ChromeOS, with no space in between. James Crum, Google’s chief marketing officer for ChromeOS, confirmed the change in the edge.
You can see the change for yourself everywhere Google ChromeOS development page (Although the official logo at the top appears to have a lowercase c.)
The change has not been rolled out everywhere yet. on me This ChromeOS page On the Google Chromebook website, for example, Google still spells operating system as two separate words. According to Croom, the company understands that the change isn’t reflected everywhere but is working on making it appear more consistent, so it looks like the new ChromeOS branding will eventually be swapped out.
I know this isn’t the biggest deal in the world, but we’re here the edge I like to look at him Trademarks And the Logos. Apple long ago moved its operating systems to the “thingOS” brand, and I wonder if Google might do something similar. Wear OS He still has space – Google may drop it in favor of WearOS when Pixel Watch will launch this fall? I will also write the word “AndroidOS” so we can show it en masse. or better yet, “FuchsiaOS.”
I’m joking (mostly) with the latter two, and we have no indication that Google is planning to change anything except ChromeOS. But if you’re used to writing Chrome OS in that space, it’s officially time to stop.
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