How to open & use event viewer windows 10 – Did you ever listen to Event Viewer window on any of the Windows Operating System which you have used till date? Yes, only some of them have listed on it as it is the heart of the Windows PC because it contains all the logs of Windows Operating System which are running on your Windows. It important to know about Event Viewer for every Windows user. These are the important logs which are in the XML Format which you can see about all the Windows Logs on your Computer
Logs like Administrative, Operational, Analytic, and Debug files are there in the Event Log files. When you start your Windows Operating System, every program will post a notification in Event Log and it also sends notification after you stop the program. All the System Access Details, Security Cane, Operating System Twitc, and Hardware Failure will be in one or more System Logs. After all these, you need to open and know much more about the Event Viewer on your Windows Operating System.
How to Open and Use Event Viewer in Windows 10 Operating System
You can open Event Viewer in many ways on your Windows Computer. So if you are ready to start then follow the different methods to open the Event Viewer on your Windows PC.
- Rit Click on the Windows Loo on your Windows Screen and then you can see the Power Menu options. Click on the Event Viewer.
- Else you can press Win + X keys on your Windows Keyboard to open the Power Menu options on your Windows OS.
As you click on the Event Viewer, you can a new window will all the labels in it. You can see windows inner windows in the Event Viewer which explains about the program’s logs on your Windows 10 Operating System.
- In the Left Window, you can see Custom Views under Event Viewer. Click on it and then you can see Administrative Events.
- Click on Administrative Events and then you can see the number of events running on your Windows Operating System on the top of the second window.
- Each event will have time and date, Source, Event ID, Task Time of the programs running on your Windows 10 Operating System
- In the third window, you can see much more options about the Administrative Events on your Windows PC/laptop.
- Error – Which defines that there is any significant problem with the program running on your Windows OS.
- Warning – Which defines the problem brewing on the program.
- Information – Which defines the program as it is calling home.
You can also see other events like Application Events, Security Events, Setup Events, System Events, and Forwarded Events on Event Viewer with all the specific data about the programs running on your Windows 10 Operating System.
So if you want to know about each of the event logs then you can click on the specific event log so that you can know complete detail about the programs running on your Windows PC/laptop.
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