Microsoft is on a new course today. They are throwing out the old Windows out of their homes now.
On Thursday, Microsoft has declared that it has already made its very first update to the Windows logo of the company after twenty-five years. This overhaul takes the well-known colored banner and makes it into a more window-imaged icon.
The new logo is not like the previous colored banner logo. Today’s Windows icon appears as a colored square that consists of four consistently even-sized squares and a tweaked typeface.
According to the general manager of Microsoft’s brand strategy Jeffrey Meisner, the new logo is just one of the many changes the company is making together with the soon introduction of Windows 8.
Moreover, Meisner remarked that the new Microsoft logo will be highly used. It will be seen on Microsoft.com, which is the world’s tenth most visited website. Over the next few months, the new icon for Microsoft will be widely seen in all of the company’s stores.
The new logo is motivated by the brand values, colors, and fonts of the company. Misner explained that it is vital in a world of digital motion, with its squares of color are aimed to express the diverse portfolio of products of Microsoft.