RIP BSOD: Windows 11 could be getting black screen of death


It could be the end of an era: The Verge reported that Microsoft could be turning the famous blue screen of death (BSOD) black when Windows 11 launches.

While the acronym will remain the same in such a circumstance, the blue color for serious errors has been a part of Microsoft’s operating system since Windows 3.0 in 1990. So this would be quite a big change for the company.

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