Extended Event Viewer for Windows 7 available

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Windows provides a nice tool to display the event logs of our Windows operating system. This tool is called the Event Viewer. However, some functions such as automatic search and display of new events, etc. are not available.

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Technet Blogger Sateesh has developed an application that extends this functionality and makes browsing the event log faster and easier.

Functions of this viewer:

  • Easy navigation between newspapers.
  • Easy to filter events.
  • Simple search.
  • Click to access.
  • Connect to the event log of the remote device.
  • Listener to automatically display a new event entry.
  • Better usability and much more.

Would you like to try it? Visit Technet blogs!

Event Log Manager and Event Log Explorermay also interest you! Please also visit our Windows Event Viewer Plus.

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