Google Doodle commemorates the company’s 25 years in business and how two Stanford graduates revolutionised the internet.

Google, a leading search engine, has turned 25.

Google has created a unique Doodle to commemorate this achievement.

To commemorate the 25 years, the new Doodle includes a GIF that changes the word “Google” into the phrase “G25gle.”

Google, the world’s largest search engine, turns 25 today, and to mark the occasion, a unique Doodle has been created. In a “walk down memory lane,” the business displayed various drawings from over the years. The most recent one includes a GIF that changes “Google” into “G25gle” to commemorate the 25 years.

“The Doodle for today honours Google’s 25th anniversary. Birthdays may also serve as an opportunity for reflection, even though we at Google are always looking to the future. To understand about how we were born 25 years ago, let’s take a trip down memory lane, the business stated on the Google Doodles page.

Google Doodle

The business also stated that their logo has undergone significant changes since 1998. Its goal hasn’t changed, though, which is to structure the world’s knowledge and make it widely available and helpful. It continued, “Billions of people use Google to search, connect, work, play, and SO much more.”

In addition to the new Doodle, users will also see “a little surprise” when they search for (or hum) birthday-related queries, according to Google.

How Google was born

Larry Page and Sergey Brin met as doctoral students at Stanford University in the late 1990s while they were both studying computer science. Their shared goal was to improve accessibility on the World Wide Web.

They put a lot of effort into developing a better search engine from their dorm rooms. As their idea advanced, they transferred their work to Google’s initial workplace, a little garage that they had hired. Finally, Google Inc. was created on September 27, 1998.

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