First there was a Black Screen of Death, where a Windows 3.x system would displays a screen with white text onto the black background when it crashed. Then after, around a time of Windows NT, the Microsoft switched to a Blue Screen of Death error, where the displayed screen of crashed PC contains a white text on a blue background. These errors block the screens that have been an important part of the Windows culture since forever. Now, the Microsoft is ready to take yet another measure step in its transition from old to new. Although, it seems that the newest and an unofficial Windows insider preview version of Win 10 is using a new GSOD (Green Screen of Death), according to MSPU reports.