Blue screen of death (BSOD) error is one of the most annoying system errors found only on Windows computers. The critical bug has been around since Windows 1.0 and continues to be unresolved by Microsoft.
BSOD issues can occur for a variety of reasons: Registry is corrupt, installation file is corrupt, or drivers and hardware are out of sync. During each crash, Windows saves a minidump file explaining the exact reason behind the problem.
The following guide covers some of the best ways to minimize the BSOD problem. Troubleshooting techniques are recommended by Microsoft on their official website.
In a typical blue screen of death, your full screen will turn into a blue terminal screen to show text: Change your PC has crashed and need a restart. Meanwhile, Windows gathers some error information and reboots the system for you.