Wednesday, 13 April 2016

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With the Microsoft's Anniversary Update, the organization is making the Blue Screen of Death somewhat accommodating for its clients.

Microsoft is adding QR code to its Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) in Windows 10 that will make it less demanding for clients to recognize potential issues with their gadgets.

The new QR codes are highlighted in the Redmond's most recent Windows 10 Preview, Build 14316, which will make a big appearance this mid year as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Presently, when you're working framework comes up short, you will see a pitiful face, as well as a QR code that would be useful in two ways:

1). You would have the capacity to sweep this code with your cell phone and be coordinated to a Web page that could incorporate the subtle elements on the experienced blunder.

2). You could likewise get Microsoft backing to make sense of the issue by deciding the wellspring of the bug in view of the particular QR code and even help you investigate or alter it.

In spite of the fact that the change is not historic one, it will without a doubt advantage a huge number of Windows 10 clients whose hearts stop for some time when their screen goes blue.

The BSOD QR codes are relied upon to turn out this mid year when Microsoft discharges the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

Microsoft's Anniversary Update for Windows 10 will bring a heaps of new components, including Ubuntu record framework that will permit you to utilize Bash to run order line Linux applications without a virtual machine.


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