Microsoft’s Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is changing to black in Windows 11

Here is some interesting news from Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 regarding the new design changes. Microsoft is changing its famous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error screen from blue to black in Windows 11.

Earlier this week, the software giant started testing its new design changes in Windows 11 preview, but the Black Screen of Death is not fully enabled yet. According to The Verge, the software giant Microsoft started testing changing the new design of the most common issue Black Screen of Death for Windows 11.

It is the first significant change to the Black Screen of Death (BSOD) since Microsoft introduced a sad face to the screen in Windows 8 in 2012, and QR codes in 2016. The BSOD was first introduced by Microsoft in Windows 3.0, providing a means for IT professionals and Support specialists to diagnose hardware and memory faults.

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A blue screen of death (BSOD) is Windows’ own kernel error or bug check, and it usually includes a data dump that can help system administrators determine what system fault caused the blue screen.

What’s the Reason behind Changing the BSOD screen color from Blue to Black?

It is unclear why Microsoft is changing the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) color from blue to black, and the company isn’t commenting on the change yet.

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