Microsoft Revamps Corporate Logo Ahead of Major OS Releases
Microsoft has changed the appearance of its corporate logo to match the "look and feel" of its emerging new products.
The new logo uses the Segoe font and has colors that "are intended to express the company's diverse portfolio of products," according to Jeff Hansen, general manager of brand strategy at Microsoft, in a blog post. Hansen said that Microsoft has not changed its corporate logo in 25 years.
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|The new Microsoft corporate logo unveiled today.|
The new logo will start to appear today across Microsoft.com, as well as other Microsoft Web sites. Retail Microsoft stores are also making the switch in the coming months.
Kurt Mackie is online news editor for the 1105 Enterprise Computing Group.