In the initial version of the operating system, it was black, this could confuse technical support.
Microsoft will change the color of the “screen of death” in Windows 11 to the original blue. It was black, as were the new login and shutdown screens, The Verge reports.
The system update will be released soon. The company does not explain what the change is related to. The publication suggests that when working remotely, it will be easier for technical support to identify an error by a blue screen, and black can be associated with monitor problems.
The “blue screen of death” first appeared in Windows 3.0, it reported system or memory errors and showed data about the causes of the problem.