Microsoft adds QR codes to help Windows 10 users with dreaded blue screen

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The quick response codes are displayed along with a sad face when the operating system fails. Among the many different overhauls and makeovers Microsoft has been giving its products, it has now added QR codes to its blue screen – the dreaded display screen that occurs when the operating system has had an all-out crash. The facelift to the so-called “Blue Screen of Death” includes a sad face in addition to a quick response code. Some who have already installed the Build 14316 Windows 10 preview have already seen the…

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Windows 10 will be released on July 29, says Microsoft

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The long awaited announcement of the next mobile focused operating system has now arrived. It is clear that Microsoft is attempting to shift a greater amount of its attention to mobility, and in doing so, it has come up with the new design of Windows 10, which it has now announced will be rolled out on July 29. This latest version of the operating system will be available to boost the multi-channel experience. Microsoft recently announced the date of the release of Windows 10 while, at the same time, pointing…

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