Microsoft is bringing another change in its new Windows 11; the company has changed the Blue Screen of Death to black. Although this change is still under some test, the company would follow the new trend once successful.
That would be the first major change to this death screen since Windows 8 in 2012 and QR codes in 2016. The company introduced this feature to help IT professionals and support personnel to diagnose hardware and memory faults. The death screen generally includes a dump of data to help system administrators analyze the issue creating this Blue Screen of Death.
We don’t see or hear any other change to this screen of death. The current color of the death screen is green – a color Microsoft is using for Windows Insider builds since 2016.
We aren’t sure when this new feature would be officially announced. We are also not certain what else the new Windows 11 is bringing. But we hope all good to come and to hear soon.
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