Windows 11’s Black Screen of Death is blue again

By | November 15, 2021


Windows’ Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is one of the saddest signature features of Microsoft’s widely used operating system. It’s been around for years. It’s the symbol of immense frustration and well-deserved anger. You’ve always despised the blue screen because its arrival meant something went wrong with the OS. It also might have indicated that you might have lost data. Or that you had to perform some sort of life-saving procedure, like reinstalling Windows in its entirety. Windows 10 corrected some of those issues, and the blue screens were much rarer. But those blue screen crashes weren’t entirely gone. Then Microsoft did the unthinkable with the Windows 11 release, killing the blue screen. But Microsoft only changed the color to black, keeping the functionality in place. The company has fixed this problem in an update that will soon be available for download.

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