In honor of its 25th anniversary, Google expresses gratitude to people for their interest

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Google commemorated its 25th birthday on its website with a new Google Doodle, where the word “25” has been added to the two “Os” to form the word “G25gle.” The two co-founders of the massive search engine, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, launched it on September 27, 1998.

A Google Doodle is a unique, momentary logo modification made on the company’s home pages to honor holidays, occasions, accomplishments, and significant historical personalities.

In the search field, if you type in “Google 25th birthday,” vibrant confetti will fall upon your results.

Google has altered how we utilize the World Wide Web (www) during the past 25 years.
Additionally, the digital behemoth hailed the public for their “25 years of curiosity,” which propelled the business to astounding success.

"We are constantly impressed by the things you’ve accomplished with technology, and we love coming up with new ideas for how it can help you every day. We’re also inspired by the prospects that lie ahead and the possibility that artificial intelligence may enable us to carry out our purpose and enhance the lives of even more people worldwide.

“Today’s Doodle celebrates Google’s 25th year,” the company said in a statement titled “Google’s 25th birthday.” Even while we at Google are forward-thinking, birthdays may also be a moment for introspection. To find out how we were born 25 years ago, let’s take a trip down memory lane.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both PhD students, met in Stanford University’s computer science department in the late 1990s, either by happenstance or fate.

They soon discovered they had the same goal in mind: to improve accessibility on the World Wide Web. The two put in a lot of effort from their dorm rooms to create a search engine prototype that was superior.

"As the project advanced significantly, they relocated the operations to Google’s first headquarters, a rented garage. The formal founding date of Google Inc. was September 27, 1998.

"A lot has changed since 1998, including our logo as it appears in today’s Doodle, but our goal hasn’t altered: organizing the world’s knowledge and making it useful and accessible to everyone. Google is used by billions of people worldwide for information searching, social networking, business, recreation, and much more!

“We appreciate you growing with us over the previous 25 years. Together, we are eager to explore where the future leads us”.

“Although we are a technology firm, people are the reason Google is where it is today: our partners, employees, and most importantly, the users of our products. Today, we commemorate not only our 25th birthday but also 25 years of your inquisitiveness. Your inquisitiveness has, after all, propelled us forward”.