The Microsoft Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) has had a face lift with the introduction of Windows 8. Many of us have learned to dread the traditional, and rather un-user friendly BSOD from the Windows operating system (OS) over the years, though it would appear that Microsoft have decided to take a softer, more Apple-like, approach with Windows 8 which is definitely more in keeping with the new Windows 8 look and feel . In fairness to Microsoft it is very unusual these days to see a BSOD and considering that the Windows OS can run on most x86 hardware this is pretty good going in my opinion.
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