Google’s latest Android and Chrome OS versions will soon come with the same basic design and features, the company has confirmed.

The Windows 10 update will not have a Windows logo, the Windows 10 logo will not appear on the bottom of the screen, and no Windows app will appear in the search results, according to a blog post on the company’s website.

“Today we’re announcing that we’re making significant improvements to the look and feel of the Windows desktop experience, and are releasing new features and improvements to our desktop platform,” Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai wrote.

The changes, which are being rolled out in the US and Canada, come as Google prepares to roll out the OS to more than 80 million Windows 10 devices. “

These are some of the most important and important changes in the Windows Store to date, and we’re excited to share them with you.”

The changes, which are being rolled out in the US and Canada, come as Google prepares to roll out the OS to more than 80 million Windows 10 devices. 

A Google spokesperson confirmed the company was testing a new design for Windows 10.

“We are currently testing a look and design change for Windows for the first time, and it is coming this fall,” the spokesperson said.

The look of Windows 10 has changed since the last time we rolled out the Desktop version of Windows, so we’re pleased to share some of our initial findings and take feedback into account as we work through the look changes.””

We’re still testing a number of look and feels for Windows and are currently looking for feedback from Windows users on which look and styles they like best. 

The look of Windows 10 has changed since the last time we rolled out the Desktop version of Windows, so we’re pleased to share some of our initial findings and take feedback into account as we work through the look changes.”

Google’s announcement comes just days after Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 to more devices, including Surface tablets, PCs and HoloLens. 

Google’s Android OS was introduced in 2010 and is now used by more than 1.5 billion Android users. 

While Google has said it would release a desktop version of the OS in the coming months, it is yet to make that happen. 

Microsoft has also launched the Surface Pro tablet in the past month, a product Google has criticised for lacking the power of its own Windows 10 OS.