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FullEventLogView 1.25      

Size:   76KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2017-12-07  | Changelog

Submit Date:   2017-12-07

OS:  Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   2333

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Software Product Description

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If you need to display all information from the newer Windows events log, then you need an application with a new programming interface. FullEventLogView will help you display all details, including event descriptions. You can use it to access event logs on both local and remote computers in addition to viewing the events that had been stored in .evtx files.

You do not need to install the application, and it does not require any additional DLL file. You simply need to run its executable file directly from the folder where you save it. Depending on how often you use it and your personal preferences, you may create its shortcut on the desktop for easier access.

When you launch the application, its main window will display all the events on the local computer for the past seven days by default. However, you may change the duration under "Advanced Options". The "Choose Data Source" window allows you to load events from either a remote computer or event log file.

When you choose the Lower Pane Display Mode, you will view the details of the event you select on a lower pane in the application window. The details you can view include event description, data and XML.

The application accepts some keyboard shortcuts. For example, you may open the data source and advanced options windows by respectively pressing F7 and F9 keys. You may also refresh the events list by pressing F5. Alternatively, you may set the application to automatically refresh the list after a specified interval, which you set in seconds.

FullEventLogView has both command-line and graphic user interfaces. Please note that you need to run it the application as administrator if you want to access such events that require administrator privilege as security logs.

There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions of FullEventLogView, which work on Windows Vista or newer operating system.

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