Google’s Internet Services Has 2 Billion Lines Of Code Which Is 40 Times Size Of The The Windows

According to Google Engineering Manager Rachel Potvin at an engineering conference in Silicon Valley on Monday estimated that the software required to run all of Google’s Internet services from Gmail to Google Search to Google Maps extends to about 2 billion lines of code in comparison to Microsoft’s Windows operating system which is likely around 50 million lines of code. This means that the size of the software required for the Google service is 40 times the size of the Windows.