Method 1. View Windows 10 Crash Logs with Event Viewer
To view Windows 10 crash logs, you can make use of the built-in tool Event Viewer, which keeps a log of application and system messages, errors, warnings, etc. You can follow the steps below to check Windows crash logs Windows 10 with Event Viewer.
Step 1. Type Event Viewer in the Windows 10 Cortana search box. Then right click the best match Event Viewer and choose Run as Administrator.
Step 2. Here is the main interface of Event Viewer. On the left side of the window, you can view all the Logs according to the category. To view Windows 10 crash logs such as the logs of blue screen error, just click on Windows Logs.
Step 3. Then choose System under Windows Logs.
Step 4. Find and click Error on the event list. Then you can view the detailed crash log information shown up in the bottom of the window.
You can also create a custom view so you can view the crash logs more quickly. Here are steps on how to create a custom view.
Step 1. Click on Create a Custom View on the right window. As you click on Create Custom View, a new window will pop up.
Step 2. Choose a time period you want to view. Then check the boxes next Critical, Warning and Error in the Event levels section.
Step 3. Select the By log option. Then click the drop-down menu next to Event logs, and then select Application, Security and System.
Step 4. Then click OK to save the settings.
Step 5. Name this custom view and then click OK to start to view the Windows 10 crash log.
Step 6. Then you can view all the Windows 10 crash logs during the tome period you select.
Windows Reliability Monitor also enables you to view recent system and application crashes. Here’s how to check Windows 10 crash logs with Reliability Monitor.
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Method 2. View Windows 10 Crash Log with Reliability Monitor
Step 1. Type reliability in the Windows 10 Cortana search box. Then click the best match View reliability history.
Step 2. From the main interface, you can see that the Reliability Monitor window is arranged by dates. If Windows crashes or freezes, you will see a red circle with an “X” representing the failure, as shown below.
Step 3. If you want to view a certain day’s crash log, just click that day’s column and more detailed information will be displayed at the bottom. You can also double click one of the listed events to open a new window with more information.
Event viewer and Reliability Monitor are all good for you to check Windows 10 crash logs. Choose a tool you like and you can get all the Windows crash log information.