How to Generate a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Error on Windows 10

The Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) has been around for a while, and it’s been one of the worst things Windows users could see at totally random times.

In the Windows XP era, BSODs were more or less a common thing for the daily routine of computer users, and the launch of Windows Vista made everything even worse.

In the last few years, Microsoft has substantially reduced the number of such errors on Windows, making the operating system as a whole a lot more stable and reliable on all hardware configurations.

Yet, BSODs still happen, and more recently, the Redmond-based software giant has introduced the concept of Green Screen of Death (GSOD) which the company uses as part of the Windows Insider Program.

This way, whenever someone comes across an issue and sends in a screenshot with the error, it’s easy to figure out from the very beginning that the problem was experienced on a preview build of Windows 10 – note that these preview builds are more prone to critical err... (read more)

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