It's not only size that matters: sometimes, the context of a BSOD also makes it fun.
Lifts are always a rich vein of Windows worries. As reader Charles told us for the following:
It's just for advertising, right? It's not actually controlling the lift. Right? Bueller?
“Eight years ago I was visiting a friend in hospital when I was confronted with a disturbing image upon entering one of the elevators (yeah, OK, one of the lifts).”
Phil arguably beats Charles, though, because this Sydney lift wanted a login and was running Windows98 well after it was deprecated:
Phil also spotted a nice combination of BSOD and failed display in the same building, a couple of years later:
Martin spotted a nice BSOD in Glasgow, at the Silverburn shopping centre:
And finally – for this week, anyhow – this BSOD is notable not for its size, but the frustration it would cause. It's a Windows Phone crash Spencer suffered in 2013:
Insert disk WHERE, EXACTLY?
Keep 'em coming. We might have to give headline rights to whoever catches a non-Windows system in a public pants-down! ®