WinCrashReport-Check Crashed Application In Windows

WinCrashReport checks Crashed Application in Windows and can display an extensive report about the crash. WinCrashReport provides an alternative to the built-in crash reporting program of Windows operating system. When application crashes in your system and Windows displays the internal crash window of the operating system, you can run WinCrashReport, and get extensive report about the crashed application.

 

Error-Message- WinCrashReport-Check Crashed Application In Windows

If you are running windows 7 then there is a very less chance that you have ever encountered any application crash, as windows 7 is much stable operating system. But if are running an older OS like XP then you must have experienced application crash in your computer. Even though windows do show you an error message by itself , it is not very informative and there is a strong possibility that you will not be able to investigate the cause of the Crash. In this scenario you can can use WinCrashReport. The crash report of WinCrashReport is displayed as simple text or in HTML, and includes the following information: Crash memory address, Exception code, Exception description, Strings found in the stack, call stack, processor registers, modules list, threads list, and more...Below I have shown two screenshots. First one is default Windows XP error report and the second one is “WinCrashReport” error report. You can see the difference.

 

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WinCrashReport-Check Crashed Application In Windows

 

WinCrashReport doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. When application crashes in your system, simply run the executable of WinCrashReport (WinCrashReport.exe), and the crash report will be displayed in the lower pane of WinCrashReport. If the upper pane contains more than a single crash item, you may need to choose the correct crash item. Also, if you don't see any crash item in the upper pane, you may try to turn on the 'Show Internal Exceptions' option (Under the Options menu), and then try to locate the right crash item.

 

By default, WinCrashReport displays the report in simple text only, but you can easily switch to HTML report mode by pressing F8. Be aware that HTML report mode is much slower than the text report mode.You can also save the report into text or html file, by using the 'Save This Crash Report' option (Ctrl+S)

 

Limitations = Currently, it can only inspect 32-bit crashed applications.On Windows 7/2008/Vista: If the crashed application is running with administrator privilege, you must execute WinCrashReport with 'Run As Administrator' in order to get the crash report about this application.

 

Download = This utility work on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 7/2008. Currently, it can only inspect 32-bit crashed applications. Download WinCrashReport .