Oh that would actually be really neat! Under the list of programs that would be needed to closed normally would be a list of items that Windows will try to save progress on. At the bottom of the screen, there would be some small text saying the problem, in comprehensible form. For example:
"No more memory left for Windows; System overload."
"Graphics card error."
"No reason, because it is fun
With some nice, slow animations, friendly interface, and no jumpscares, this sounds pretty nice. Maybe in a new service pack (All other versions got 3, and 2000 got 4. Windows 7 has only had one).
And, upon restart, at the user selection and password screens, there is a button at the button to open the log of what happened and another one to copy it to the administrator's clipboard when he/she logs on, to put it on here. When you press the Clipboard button, it gives you the option of doing ^above^ or saving it to "My Documents" on all users or just one user.