It’s ChromeOS now, not Chrome OS

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Chrome OS, Google’s Linux-based operating system for its Chromebook devices, has been around for more than a decade, but the company has made a small but notable branding change: it’s now called ChromeOS, with no space in between. James Croom, Google’s senior director of marketing for ChromeOS, confirmed the change to The Verge.

You can see the change for yourself all over Google’s ChromeOS dev page (though the official logo at the top appears to have a lowercase c.)

Screenshot from Google’s ChromeOS dev page
That’s three entire spaces saved just in this screenshot. (And four if you count the logo.)

The change hasn’t rolled out everywhere just yet. On this ChromeOS page on Google’s Chromebook site, for example,…

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