The blue screen of death is common in Microsoft desktop operating systems, not just the new Windows 10.
In Windows operating systems, it is often a device driver problem . When this happens, in an emergency, starting the Windows operating system in safe mode helps. This can also be initiated with a Windows installation DVD.
The blue screen also looks a bit different on every Windows, depending on which version of Windows you are using. In Windows 7 and earlier versions, the blue screen looked like a terminal screen and displayed the possible information. In the new Windows 8 and 8.1, as well as 10, the blue screen is much simpler, simpler. It is almost a turquoise color.
The Blue Screen of Death is really just the common name, it's a STOP technical command designed to protect the system from further follow-up errors and data loss on Windows.