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Green Screen Of Death

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The newest version of Windows 10 for those insiders brings a small, but colorful change: Now, if and when something goes wrong, they’ll see a Green Screen of Death, instead of Windows’ familiar blue.

But as one Twitter sleuth has discovered, the iconic and always alarming "blue screen of death" is going green, and not because Microsoft is feeling festive. The new crash screen was spotted in a.

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A Windows 10 Insider Preview build leaked out ahead of the official launch during the Christmas weekend and several new features were gleaned from that leak. One of the features that didn’t get talked.

Windows 10 - The Green Screen of DeathWindows 10 – Microsoft update brings green screen of death – However, one of the biggest changes coming to this latest delevopers version is the new green screen of death. Until now, whenever Windows 10 went into meltdown, users would be faced with a terminal.

Windows Insiders will now see a Green Screen of Death when their PC crashes – It seems that the newest — and unofficial — Windows Insider preview version of Windows 10 is using a new Green Screen of Death (GSOD), as MSPU reports. Cool to read all the new features people.

Behold, the new Green Screen of Death (GSOD): This isn’t a change that will affect all Windows 10 users, though. Hoekstra later clarified that the new GSOD will be limited only to Insider Preview.

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curious when its found. — Matthijs Hoekstra (@mahoekst) December 27, 2016 As it turns out, Twitter user Chris123NT was able to uncover what Hoekstra knew all along: Microsoft has changed the BSOD to a.