I don't think this should be posted in the BSOD section because it's not a problem that needs solving, but I had a BSOD a few months ago which is why I upgraded to Windows 10 (Just had to do a clean install, the BSOD was caused by viruses), and I want to express my feelings about BSOD's. Mac OS X at least had an animation and was friendly about it:
Your PC had an issue and you need to restart it.
And that was it. With Windows, it's just so sudden and bright blue, and it's fuzzy, and it has this (Mostly) all-caps text popping out at you and all these stuffs that sound scary are happening, like a memory crash dump and "Windows has shut itself down to prevent harm to your computer.
and then all this stuff below that only reads for a few seconds before the computer shuts itself down and makes a sizzling noise like it's broken forever. I had nightmares the following nights of the BSOD. I was afraid to be in the same room as my PC (Which was hard, because it was in my bedroom
) and I don't know why. And it doesn't help that they call it a kernel panic.
I have used Windows for 4 years and that was the only time I ever had a BSOD.
And somehow, it scarred me for life (Or maybe 6 years, who knows?)...