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Learn How To Resolve Windows 10 Crash Logs

Windows 10 is the latest version of the Operating System invented by Microsoft Corporation. It has all the latest security features. When we face any problem with our computer, the OS itself sends us some notifications to make us aware of the cause of the problem.

Sometimes we receive some junk notifications which states a program or any background stopped suddenly without any expectation. This is known as a crash log. In this article, we are going to learn how to resolve Windows 10 Crash Logs.

What Is A Crash Log?

At times, we may receive a junk notification stating that some program or background process has stopped unexpectedly. But when we try to scan our computer to cross-check, in most cases we see that everything is working fine. This is known as a crash log.

How To Find The Crash Log In Windows 10


The steps to find the crash log in Windows 10 are as follows:

1. Press ‘Windows’ and the letter ‘R; together.
2. Then in the run box type the word ‘eventvwr’.
3. Look at the left column below ‘Event Viewer(local),’ you will get an option ‘Custom Views.’
4. Right-click on ‘Custom Views’ and select ‘Create Custom View.’
5. Now select ‘System.’

Then export the logs for review.

Causes Of Crash In Windows 10

If anyone wants to know the cause of the crash in the system, then they can check using the log files in the following way:

1. Open event viewer.
2. Then look at the left column below ‘Event viewer(local)’ there is an option ‘Windows Logs’.
3. Click on ‘Windows Logs’.
Now you shall understand why you were receiving such notifications.


In Other Versions


If anyone is using other versions of Windows like Windows 7 or 8.1, they can check the reason why they are receiving the junk notifications in the following way.

Windows 8.1 Crash Logs

If any windows 8.1 user is receiving any notifications in the screen that some program or background process has stopped unexpectedly, they can check it in this way:

1. Open event viewer.
2. Look at the left column below ‘Event Viewer(local)’  you will get an option ‘Custom Views’.
3. Right-click on ‘Custom Views’ and select ‘Create Custom View’.
4. Now select ‘System’.
Then export the logs for review.

Windows 7 Crash Logs

1. Open event viewer.
2. Look at the left column below ‘Event Viewer(local)’  you will get an option ‘Custom Views’.
3. Right-click on ‘Custom Views’ and select ‘Create Custom View’.
4. Now select ‘System’.
Then export the logs for review.

We believe that this would be of some help to you. While going through this article if you face any other difficulties, please feel free to place your queries. We would be happy to help you.


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