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28 Jun 2010
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Windows 8 news | Download Network Monitor 3.4 | Microsoft by the numbers
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  • Windows 8 leak hints at Kinect functionality
  • Windows 8 Might Achieve The Elusive Instant-ON 
  • Download Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4
  • Microsoft fights back with hard numbers  Impressive. Perhaps it is a good time to sell your Apple stocks

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28 Jun 2010
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Free Windows Error Reporting (WER) viewing tool - AppCrashView
In my last post, I described how you can view the Windows Error Reporting (.wer) files through the Action Center. Today, I will review the free portable tool AppCrashView that has essentially the same purpose as the Windows Error Reporting tool. However, the freeware utility has a few advantages.





First of all, Windows Error Reporting does not show all available information. Whereas AppCrashView shows you the exact content of the .wer files, the Windows Error Reporting applet displays only the most relevant data. For example, you can't see the DLLs that have been loaded by the corresponding application when it crashed. Thus if you want to know exactly what information is sent to Microsoft, you should use AppCrashView.


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25 Jun 2010
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25 Jun 2010
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Windows Error Reporting (WER) - View .wer files
Windows Error Reporting (WER) is a Windows function that captures the data of software crashes and can report this information to software vendors via Microsoft's Winqual service. In this Windows Error Reporting series, I will explain how WER works, how you can access the information in WER files, and how you can disable Windows Error Reporting.





Windows Error Reporting has been available since Windows XP, although changes have been introduced in Vista and Windows 7. Whenever a Windows application crashes, a WER file is created, which contains valuable information that can help you analyze why the crash happened.


While software vendors have to sign up to Microsoft's Winqual service to access the crash data from their customers, admins can access it by opening the .wer files, which are simple text files that Windows stores at different locations. In some cases, the problem description will help you to understand why an application crashed.




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24 Jun 2010
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Download Forefront TMG SP 1 | 7 copies of Win 7 every second | ADMT guide | RD Virtualization Host capacity planning
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