OK so if you have ever used any of Microsoft’s Windows operating systems, you may have encountered the infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). The Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), popularly known as the "Blue Screen" usually appears when there is a critical error in either hardware or software in your PC. It seem s the company is now giving the Blue Screen a makeover; perhaps to help it become more user-friendly (to ease your frustration... :lol)
The new QR codes are featured in the Redmond's latest Windows 10 Preview, Build 14316, which will debut this summer as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Now instead of just a blue screen with some code, when your operating system fails, you will see not just a sad face, but a QR code that would be helpful in two ways:
You would be able to scan this code with your smartphone and be directed to a Web page that could include the details on the encountered error.
While this may not be as good as most users would want, it will surely benefit millions of Windows 10 users whose hearts stop for a while when their screen goes blue.
Do you think the BSOD QR codes would be useful?
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