WinDbg is a graphical debugger from Microsoft. It is actually just one component of the Debugging Tools for Windows package, which also includes the KD, CDB, and NTSD debuggers. Its claim to fame is debugging memory dumps produced after a crash. It can even debug in kernel mode.
For downloads and more information,
visit the WinDbg homepage.
BSoD's -want- you to figure them out. WinDbg does that.
Along with your rating, you can use the comment form to post a review,
tutorial, tips and tricks, or anything else others will find useful.
If you develop this software (or work for the company), please don't rate it. You may leave a clarifying comment as long as you state your affiliation and don't specify a star rating (just leave it as “No rating”).