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Old 06-29-2018, 10:22 PM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Win 10 BSOD

Since getting Windows 10 I've experienced two BSODs. Running Windows 7 for so long I had forgotten that such a thing exists. I must say, though, that MS has made these screens much more attractive.

Many years ago I posted a tutorial about how to change the color of the BSOD. So, for example, if one would prefer a GSOD or a RSOD this can be done. I used to change the color because I was tired of getting a BSOD, and wanted to spice things up. If Windows 10 keeps acting up, I might look into this again.

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