Microsoft has released an update to Windows 10 to fix a bug that could crash devices trying to connect to Wi-Fi networks protected by WPA3 encryption.
The update came on Tuesday in the update KB4601315, but was already launched in a "preview build" on January 21. With the update, you will not have to risk the Windows screen going blue when using WPA3. As Microsoft says:
YOU CAN STOP GETTING ERROR 0X7E IN NWIFI.SYS WITH “BLUE SCREEN” WHEN YOU TRY TO CONNECT TO A WI-FI PROTECTED WITH WPA3. THIS IS AN ERROR THAT HAS BEEN PROBABLE TO GET WHEN CONNECTING AFTER DISCONNECTING, OR WHEN AWAKING THE MACHINE FROM SLEEP. ”
But there aren't really that many WPA-3 protected Wi-Fi networks out there, so the chances of you experiencing the error are not that great. If you do not get online and get downloaded due to the error yourself, you have a suitable challenge this weekend.