PC owners will experience some big changes to their Windows software later this year.
Last month, Microsoft unveiled Windows 11, the latest operating system powering personal computers. And the company says it is scheduled to roll out in late 2021 and continue into 2022.
Microsoft’s so-called blue screen of death (BSoD) will turn black in the new Windows 11 operating system, according to those with access to a preview of the software.
The screen appears when users have a problem on their computer, often prompting a restart.
A black background will replace blue...
image captionMicrosoft's Panos Panay introduced Windows 11 at a live-streamed virtual event.
Microsoft has unveiled Windows 11, its "next generation" operating system, at a virtual event.
The new software will let Android apps run on the Windows desktop.