Simple-to-use event log viewer that you can use to browse all the errors, warnings and notifications in the Windows logs, and export the data as HTML reports
FullEventLogView makes it easier for you to access the Windows event logs and browse through notifications, warnings, and errors to check the state of your computer.
The application ensures compatibility with the event log system of Windows Vista, and above so if you are still using Windows XP or earlier OS editions, you can use MyEventViewer, an older application cut out for the same purpose.
Displays detailed information about Windows events
No installation is required so you can start FullEventLogView immediately. By default, it displays the event log for the last seven days, a setting that you can modify from the ‘Advanced Options’ window. It takes a bit of time for the application to extract data from the Windows logs and load all the events in its main window. Nevertheless, it’s worth the wait, as you can then browse all the alerts from a single intuitive interface.
Items in the table include the event time, the ID or the record and the incident itself, the type of the event (error, information, warning, critical or undefined issue), the application that generated it, accompanied by a short description of the event. Furthermore, FullEventLogView reports about tasks related to the events, associated keywords, the corresponding process and thread IDs, and the user’s name.
Read logs from remote PCs or event log files, and create reports
FullEventLogView can be used for the continuous monitoring of Windows event logs, as you can configure it to automatically refresh data once every second or more. In other words, it can serve as a real-time monitoring tool of Windows incidents.
Not only that this application reads event logs from the local computer, but you can also use it to extract Windows logs from a remote workstation or from an .EVTX log file.
All or selected items in the event table can be exported as text, CSV, or XML files. HTML reports can be created just as easy, and you can specify the data (table columns) to include in them.
An easy-to-use alternative to the standard Windows log viewer
FullEventLogView is particularly useful to administrators who want to monitor warnings and errors that one or more systems trigger. Focusing on ease of use, it is less feature-packed than other tools in its category, but it keeps things simple, which means both beginners and experts can use it. Furthermore, it can also be executed via the command console.