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Monday, September 27, 2021

Black Screen In Windows 11

 Black screen in Windows 11
Black screen in Windows 11
Black screen in Windows 11

In Microsoft's new Windows operating system, Microsoft is not stopping by just making visual changes to the Start menu. The blue screen of death that has been going on for years due to various errors is also changing. The new operating system will have a black screen instead of a blue screen. This is the first time Microsoft is making major changes to this part of the Windows interface since adding QR codes in 2016. The new Blue Screen on Death (BSOD) isn't launched yet, but users can change it manually from the Windows Registry before it's officially launched. It is not yet clear why Microsoft is changing the color of BSOD. However, according to The Verge, Microsoft is making changes to various parts of the Windows interface to make the operating system more modern.

From November 1 Online To School, Children Need Special Care

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