Microsoft has released the first Build of Windows 11 to the Windows Insider Program to the Dev channel. Users have started testing the build. An interesting thing noticed by Twitter user @SlappyFyle has revealed that the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) background color has been changed from blue to black, giving the name BSOD an identity crisis.
Isn’t it weird that Blue Screen of Death will not have the blue color. Will it be renamed to Black screen of Death? News channel BBC has contacted Microsoft for a comment.
Check out the tweet above, posted by a Twitter user. BSOD or Blue Screen of Death is a screen which appears if the operating system crashes for any internal reason. BSOD comes with a code, which is important as it helps the engineers at Microsoft to analyze the exact reason for system crashes. If your PC shows BSOD and nothing can resolve it, you havr to contact Microsoft’s Support and then you will need the error code. Since the error code is very big, in 2016, Microsoft added a QR code on th BSOD. Users can scan the code and get the details of the system crash. Windows 8 also brought the sad emoji, to help novice users identify that it is something undesirable.