Prank Your Boss or Colleagues with Blue Screen for Window 8, Windows 10

By: Radu Tyrsina
2 minute read
bsod prank window

Do you know you can make fun of your colleagues or even your boss in a funny way? This will work only if everybody at your work place has Windows 8 or Windows 10, otherwise, they might not get the joke. If you’ve encountered BlueScreen already on your Windows 10 or Windows 8 device, you know that it’s much nicer and “friendlier” than in previous versions. And here comes an app to help you and make pranks with it

Fake BlueScreen for Windows 8, Windows 10 app

The application does just one think – you open it and it displays the image below. And if your boss or colleague isn’t paying too much attention, he might think you’ve lost all the work on your project. Quite a way to get rid of a naughty project, right? Use this application with moderation if you don’t want the secret to spread out to quickly.

If your boss or colleague will stare too much at the screen, then he might notice the following string:

ALWAYS_LOOK_ON_THE_BRIGHT_SIDE_OF_LIFE

And then, your prank will be dissipated. Let’s just hope that they won’t notice. If you like this concept, then you should know that you’ll find more apps related to the Blue Screen of Death. There’s a BlueScreen collection application, so you could use that to store all your BSODs. But I really hope you won’t be in that position, because this means things are bad. Have fun making pranks on your boss and colleagues with this ingenious app!

Update

The app is still available in Windows Store. You can download and use it whenever you want. It is considered one of the best office pranks on Windows 8, 8.1, 10 PCs and it has a strong 5 star rank on the store. The good thing is the developers have not announced a discontinuation. This means that you can still use this prank app without problems until a new version of Windows appears.

Download BlueScreen app for Windows 10, Windows 8

Read also : Give your Friends a Good Scare with Scary Prank Windows Game

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November, 2012 and has been since revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

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