BSOD in Windows 8 has a Whole New Look

In the past, many of the BSODs experienced in versions of Windows were typically the same. This being blue, the awfully rendered text, and that’s if you’re greeted with one which doesn’t lead to a quick restart. Below is look of how an error screen in Windows 8 looks like, quite simplistic and neat to boot we would say.

It is noted that Microsoft does tend to change things prior to release, and a good example would be the red screen of death that was evident in beta versions of Windows Vista.

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