Microsoft is addressing idiots? Windows with BSOD and GSOD

Microsoft replaces the infamous blue screen of death with a shade of green. So the blue screen of death or BSOD will become GSOD or the green screen of death in 2017. A recent preview build shows the new BSOD that is no longer blue. What a brave decision from the company that always finds new ways to innovate…

Let's see more news about Microsoft's upcoming innovative feature:BSOD

Official beta testers (yes we are not talking about the informal ones with the "final" versions of the operating) recently observed the σε μια συγκεντρωτική ενημέρωσης προεπισκόπησης που “διέρρευσε” νωρίς. To νέο “χαρακτηριστικό” αποκαλύφθηκε μετά από μερικά tweets from a Microsoft developer.

The shade of green will not be available to anyone other than Windows Insiders. So those who use the official trial versions of the operating system will be able to enjoy the emerald color when their computers crash ...

The "fixed" versions will still display the BSOD. If you like Green too, you need to sign up for the Windows Insider program.

Still a new innovation announced at the end of 2016 and probably linked directly to the first:

Microsoft added a new feature that lets you pause updates for up to 35 days.

After 35 days you will need to install the updates to be able to enjoy BSOD that will become GSOD!

Once again we observe how the company uses social media to "trash" it to impress and promote its new functionality.

Really what is the reason for the color change of one που είχε αποκτήσει και το trade mark BSOD? We're asking you because we think you're not eating wholeheartedly what Microsoft is serving us… The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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