With numerous changes to the newest version of Windows, Microsoft is also bringing an update to the infamous ‘blue screen of death’ in Windows 11 by turning it into the ‘black screen of death’.
In a nutshell, if there are any problems with your system your computer will receive a black screen of death informing you that ‘your device ran into a problem and needs to restart’. Moreover, this is said to be the first major tweak to the Windows interface ever since Microsoft added QR codes in 2016.
Windows 11 is switching to a BLACK Screen of Death (BSOD). The Blue BSOD is being replaced in preview builds of Windows 11 soon https://t.co/ARCRBQBubm pic.twitter.com/KHbWDZT85n
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) July 2, 2021
Though this is not some major update rather than a change to the previous version. However, it is to be noted that the OS is still in preview and would be available for Insider members.
Despite the change in the color, it is definitely something we all want to avoid when the final release of Windows 11 comes in about October.