miWe all know only too well the Windows logo, that ubiquitous four-color flapping flag, which conveniently marks the Start Menu. In case you have not seen the trees because of the forest so far, the colors in question are red, green, blue and yellow. Coincidently, the same colors have been planted in Google's logo - the search engine - as well. However, there would be nothing too strange about this, if the similarity were restricted to the chromatic aspect alone.
But when it comes to Google's web browser, the resemblance between its logo and that from Windows tends to become more obvious, in that the former’s approach seems like a stylized clone of the latter’s logo. Since just taking a closer look at the two, side by side, will do the trick. It could be just us, but the only difference in there is the fact that Windows' fluttering flag has been rolled into a Google ball.
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