Are you saying goodbye to BSOD in Windows 11? It is time to come back!

In case you didn’t know, for some reason that no one fully understood, Microsoft has decided to change the BSOD (blue Screen of Death) to accommodate the new and renewed BSOD (black Screen of death). In other words, very briefly, the background color of the Windows error screen changed from blue to the black.

However, this change did not last long in Microsoft’s new operating system.

Are you saying goodbye to BSOD in Windows 11? It is time to come back!

BSOD on Windows

So if you happened to miss the well-known blue background that was always the omen for bad news, don’t worry, it’s back with the same bad news! After all, Microsoft changed the BSOD background color again in the last update. This means that the B of BSOD has returned to its “normal” color.

Aside from that, in case you haven’t made the leap to the new Windows 11 yet, this change from blue to black came in the Windows Insider Program in July. This is the biggest difference to the “error” screen in recent years, after the “sad face” in 2012 on Windows 8 and the addition of the QR code in 2016.

This change has always been a bit strange because blue has been with us since the early 90s. In fact, Microsoft never explained why it tried to change the mythical screen. Maybe just to “wash your face”? Well it doesn’t matter, it’s blue again. Hopefully, you don’t have to see this screen very often as it is usually always a bad sign for your computer system.

Besides, what do you think of all of this? Do you think it makes sense to change the color? Why? We’ve been saying bad things about the blue screen for 30 years! Why talk bad about another color in 2021? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

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