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Microsoft is bringing back the blue screen of death to Windows

November 16, 2021

Via: Mashable

The blue screen of death, often referred to by the acronym BSOD, has been an unwanted companion of Windows users for three decades – ever since Microsoft introduced it in Windows 3.0, back in 1990.

When a serious error stops Windows from working, a blue screen appears, detailing what happened and driving users crazy as it typically shows up at the worst possible moment.

In July 2021, for reasons undisclosed, Microsoft changed the color of the error screen from blue to black. Now, however, the company is bringing blue back.

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