Google Doodle: How to Remove Homepage Logo Yourself

By Alan Ng - Sep 7, 2010

Earlier on, we asked you for your opinions on Google’s latest interactive Doodle, and it seems that opinions are clearly divided. For those that don’t like it, we have some steps you can take to remove the background for the rest of the day.

It is actually a quite simple process, but you’ll need to have a Google account if you want to get rid of today’s logo. Once you have that, click the ‘change background image’ in the bottom left corner. After you have signed in, you can select a new background from Google’s list in the public gallery.

While you won’t be able to choose a plain white background from Google’s menus, at least you can change it from the interactive logo on today’s homepage. Another tip is to choose the ‘from my computer’ option, and create a white canvas in paint – but that is taking it to the extreme!

Are you planning to put up with the Google Balls, or have you already changed it?

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