Hello. My name is TheRobloxGuy9009, you can also call me TRG9009.
I like to help out Logopedia a lot, and I visit this wiki daily.
I have joined Logopedia back in 2018 and became an administrator on August 9, 2020.
Microsoft (1980-1982) Come on, the connections are really awesome!
Microsoft (1987-2012) I always liked that this logo was fairly similar with Pac-Man.
Windows ME (2000-2006) The OS wasn't great, but their logo sure is.
Control Panel (Vista) Ooh, twisty.
Windows Explorer (XP) Definitely a win.
Windows Media Player (2001-2014) I like glossy logos.
Windows Media Player (Vista, Darker version) This is way cooler than the original logo.
Microsoft Paint (XP) Classic, gives a lot of memories
Paint 3D (2016-2017) Trippy.
Notepad (2006-present) As said before, I like glossy logos.
Microsoft SkyDrive (2011-2012) Reminds me of Windows 7 a lot. Too bad Microsoft killed this logo.
Internet Explorer (1995-1997, HD Icon) 1 word: high definition. This is a true attempt to creating a recreation of a brand's logo.
Internet Explorer (1997-2001, Products) I wasn't really a fan of the normal IE logos but this one is really good.
Internet Explorer (2001, 3D icon) Another good attempt at recreating a logo.
Internet Explorer 7 Beta (2005) Why did Microsoft kill this logo?
Microsoft Whistler (Beta 2) I like the loading bar below. Also reminds me of Longhorn
Microsoft Whistler (October 2000) Always liked this "dark mode" Windows logo.
DirectX (1999-2000) This logo looks like a glass. Windows?
XBOX 360 (2013-2017) Not a fan of the newer XBOX logos, but this one's the real deal.
MSN (2000-2010) I always loved the MSN butterfly, along with butterflies IRL.
Bing (2009-2013) I don't have a reason of this. It's just cool.
HealthVault (2013-2017) Wavy.
Intel (1968-2006) Always liked the "tel" connection. Dunno why, but this logo always gives a feeling that the "e" fell and "T" and "L" saved it.
Intel Inside (2002-2005) Mixing of the Intel Inside logo with the 1968 Intel logo? This is a masterpiece, especially on the Pentium 4 logo.
Intel Inside (2014-2015) I'm a fan of these thinner fonts. Also liked the "inside the computer" thing in the newer Intel processor logos
Intel Core i7 Extreme (2006-2009) Glossy and dark. Easily loving this logo.
Intel Core 2 Duo (2006-2009) Gives a lot of memories.
Intel Core i7 Extreme (2011-2013) I like Extreme logos a lot. Glossy+Extreme+"Inside PC"= a good logo.
Intel Core Optane/8th Gen (2015-2019) Don't you dare tell me you don't like this logo.
Intel Xeon Phi (2012-2013) Fan of the metal colors.
Intel Centrino (2008-2009) I like the red border, even though it doesn't feel like Intel like this.
Intel Inside Pentium (2002-2005) Reminds me of the Pentium 4 logo.
Intel Pentium 4 (2002-2005) Shiny. Also like the adding of a 3D Intel logo. And not only that, that animation on the on-screen logo is awesome.
Intel Atom (2011-2012) Coolio.
Intel Extreme Board (2009-2013) Futuristic.
Samsung (2005-present) Liked the "A" a lot. I wish all fonts had an A like that!
Samsung Galaxy (2013-2015) I always liked the Galaxy phones from this era, same for their logo. Come on, that "S" looks great!
Harman (2017-present) I like the border a lot.
NBC (1953-1959) A memorable logo which I like to call the "Broadcasting Xylophone". In my opinion, NBC had a really creative idea with this logo.
NBC (1956-1975) This was the first peacock NBC ever used, and it's also one of the best ones they used. I always found the tune in the on-screen version being very calming, and besides that let's not mention that this is a classic.
NBC (1958-1975) This logo is very futuristic for it's time, and I always liked letter "combos". You have three letters - "N", "B", and "C". You combine the "N" with the "B", and the "C" connects with the "N" and "B". Boom, you obtain the "NBC Snake"!
NBC (1975-1979) I know this is just the letter "N", but I like both the colors and the shape. Too bad it's copied.
NBC (1986-2010) 2 words; easter egg. I know it's obvious, but there's a peacock head in the purple feather. Now talking about the logo - this logo fits very well with that font. They also did a good job keeping this peacock design - as it just became the most iconic NBC logo of all time due to it's long use.
By this time, I only used my PFP as a logo, I had no wordmarks what so ever. This was used until 2019.
In July of 2019, TheRobloxGuy9009 attempted to make his signature, but instead messed up his signature format, resulting in a red link. This is the logo he wanted to use back then.
As of 2020, his signature currently works now.
On June 24, 2021, TRG made a rebrand to his logo.