The “blue screen of death” will be making a comeback.

Microsoft has decided to reintroduce it in Windows 11, indicates an article by

Ars Technica

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That ominous blue screen, which told the user that the operating system was having problems, had turned black.

But changes have been made to the operating system by version 22000.346 within the beta channel of Windows 11.

A first appearance in 1993

This version fixes issues that have arisen since the release of Windows 11 last month, such as with the new taskbar and Start menu, some Bluetooth audio volume control issues, and various printer issues.

But the Microsoft teams have also introduced an aesthetic change: the passage of BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) from black to blue.

The first time this BSoD appeared was on Windows NT 3.1 in 1993,

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It will therefore regain its original colors, even if the blue which is now used has nothing to do with that which appeared on Windows 95, 98 or even Windows 7. It will be necessary to wait a few more days or weeks for the blue screen on Windows 11 for all users.


PCs not compatible with Windows 11 are updated when Microsoft announced otherwise


Microsoft has decided to give up Cortana, Skype or even OneNote for Windows 11

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