According to reports, Microsoft intends to replace the new Black Screen of Death (BSoD) in Windows 11 with the previous Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) (BSoD). If you encountered a serious error while upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11, you may have noticed that the traditional blue screen had been replaced by a black one. This is because Microsoft decided to shut down the old and update the experience to match the new logo design.
The Blue Death Screen appears when the system encounters an uncontrollable fault. When an error occurs, the screen turns blue, creating a dump file on the computer and displaying an error code that network administrators can use to analyze and resolve software and hardware issues.
The blue screen bug (also known as bug check) first appeared in the 1990s with the release of Windows 3.0, and while it has evolved since then, Microsoft has always kept it blue. It was later updated to black for Windows 11 before returning to blue.
Source : Tech News - Uvindu Bro.