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It's a pretty minor change, and I think they changed it to look like their new "Metro" design, or whatever it is they are calling it these days. I'd wager than most people won't even notice that it is different, since they just took the old "waving flag" logo and squared it off so that it looks like tiles in Windows 8. I would love to know how much it cost Microsoft to make the change. Just think of all the little things that have to be changed to match the new logo - letterhead, business cards, signage, etc. Even though it was a minor change, I bet it cost a small fortune.