Windows 11 which was launched last month, provided a free update to their existing customers of Windows 10. According to these customers Microsoft has made visual changes to the BSoD. The appearing screen when any of the users have a problem on their computer may be prompting a restart is called as blue screen of death (BSoD) by Microsoft. According to preview users of the software, this screen may be turned to black in the new Windows 11 operating system. The function of BSoD is to allow IT professionals to diagnose their hardware and memory issues. It basically includes necessary data and information that may help user to analyze the problem that caused the screen to appear. A QR code was include in 2016 to BSoD to gain more information about the fault in the system. In 2012 Windows 8 included unhappy emoji to the screen. The new screen will suggest both QR code as well as emoji on the black screen. The status of black screen of death was revealed on social media by the developers who are the part of Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program. They also revealed other issues including installation of new system and use of start menu.