If your PC is still running Windows 7, you may be wondering if you should pull the trigger and install Windows 10.After all, it's a free upgrade until a year from now.
Once this update is installed, the Windows 8 computer is automatically updated to Windows 8.1 OS.You may still get to see them on Windows 7 / 8 too. Windows will attempt to fix the problem on its own in most cases, but if it cannot recover on its own, it will cause a blue screen.Usually, when a BSOD occurs, it stays for a second before the PC immediately restarts. To get around it, one has to disable the auto PC restart option from the Start Up & System Recovery settings. Here is a window I got to see one of my only recent Windows 7 Blue Screen.When Windows encounters a condition that compromises safe system operation (i.e. In Windows XP, the Windows Error Reporting system was essentially manual but has now been improved & streamlined in Windows 7 & Windows Vista.While this may be the case, Blue Screens haven’t just vanished.