Windows 11 users, do you find the black screen of death annoying and do you miss the comfortable familiarity of the traditional blue screen? So there's something to cheer: Microsoft is canceling a controversial change to its latest operating system and restoring B in BSoD to its original color.
Windows Insiders saw a black screen in Windows 11 preview instead of the usual blue screen back in July, the biggest major error message that has changed since then. Microsoft added a sad face to Windows 8 in 2012 and QR codes in 2016.
Most Windows users weren't fascinated by this color change, it was the color change. It could explain why Microsoft is back in the blue, or maybe because Seeing one of these messages can be frustrating enough without being covered in black. Whatever the reason, expect to see the blue screen of death seriously. Hands/Old in future update for Windows 11 devices, something that may cause BSoD. p>
Microsoft is bringing Windows 11 BSoD back from black to blue