However, now things are about to change thanks to the addition of quick response codes Microsoft is incorporating into the Blue Screen of Death. It’s a new improvement that the company hasn’t publicly disclosed, but a number of users have reported that they have found the new quick response codes in the latest preview of Windows 10 (build 14316), which suggests that it’ll come fully implemented on time for the release of the Anniversary Update. For Windows 10 users, the new quick response codes approach means that they can simply use their phones to scan the code and quickly find support articles to fix the problem. It will also help computer support technicians to accurately identify the Blue Screen of Death error code. Alongside the new quick response codes, Microsoft is making blue screen more user-friendly by adding a few simple text lines that advice users what to do next. For example, in the screenshot from one of the crashes, you can now read: You can actually scan the quick response codes you see in this article with any standard quick response code reader app, but it will simply take you to However, it is possible that in the future users will be taken to a more specific page with more information about the crash and instructions to solve the issue. If you call a support person, give them this info:  Stop code: MANUALLY_INITIATED_CRASH What do you think about the quick response codes in the Blue Screen of Death on Windows 10? Do you think it’s going to help? Let us know in the comments below. Source Reddit via The Verge All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.