Windows 10: Where are the Windows 10 Event logs stored?


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       16 Jun 2017 #1

    Where are the Windows 10 Event logs stored?


    Does anyone know where the Windows 10 Event Logs are stored? I know you can access them with Event Viewer, but I want to know where it loads them from. Googling didn't help much, as I only got results for Windows 7 and XP.
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  2.    17 Jun 2017 #2

    Hi there,
    just open event viewer, right click on the logs area you are interested in and then properties, you ll get the log file path.

    Have a good day
    henry
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