In Windows 11, Microsoft is returning the Black Screen of Death to its original blue tint. The famed Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) was first converted to black in Windows 11 earlier this year to match the new black logon and shutdown panels. It was the first significant update to the BSOD since Windows 8 introduced a sad face to the screen.
That modification is currently being undone in a Windows 11 upgrade that will be available soon. “We changed the screen color to blue when a device stops working or a stop error occurs as in previous versions of Windows,” Microsoft confesses in recent patch notes for the Windows 11 upgrade, as noted by Windows Central.
Microsoft in Windows 3.0 initially created the BSOD, giving IT experts and support employees a mechanism to identify hardware and memory problems. A BSOD is Windows’ own kernel error, and it usually comes with a data dump that IT administrators may examine to figure out what’s causing the crashes. It has expanded over time to include debugging and QR codes that can assist users in determining the source of an issue.
The Blue Screen of Death is a standard feature of the Windows operating system. You can trace Its roots all the way back to Windows 1.0. We still don’t know the reason for the BSOD returning to blue in Windows 11. However, it might tie to IT Support calls. The Blue Screen of Death has long been a feature of Windows. And it’s a simple method for end-users to identify a problem and contact IT. Consider a situation in which IT administrators are trying to fix difficulties remotely during a pandemic; it’s easy to understand how a black screen, which is frequently connected with display failures, maybe more confounding than the Blue Screen of Death.
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