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DebugView v4.90 Portable


Simple tool that monitors the local system for debug output, offering the possibility to capture the information from a remote machine, too. DebugView is a lightweight utility that enables you to keep a close eye on the debug data output on the local machine or other computers in the local area network. Then again, you should bear in mind that if you prefer the latter option, then you need to make sure that the app is present on that machine and that it can be accessed via the TCP/IP protocol.


Development, and administration operations require constant monitoring of targets. These are used to hunt down, or even prevent different errors from interfering with your work. For instance, DebugView Portable helps you monitor various Windows Kernel, and system features, with options to generate log files.

As the name clearly points out, this edition of DebugView requires no installation in order to properly functions. On the one hand, this means that you can carry it around on a thumb drive and use on other computers. On the other hand, registries are not modified in the process, so you don’t have to worry about affecting the target PC.

The application starts monitoring as soon as you launch it, but you might want to take the time to select areas under the scope. By default, only Win32 processes are monitored, but you can choose to capture global Win32, Kernel, enable verbose kernel output, enable pass-through, capture events, and log system boot.

As soon as capture starts, the main window shows a real time updating log of every event detected. The table shows iteration number, time, as well as debug message. You can configure how time is displayed, force carriage returns, specify history depth, or whether or not to automatically scroll as new events are captured.

In case you’re only looking for specific events, the application comes with a built-in filter system. Wildcards need to be used in order to include, or exclude specific types of events. You can save multiple presets, each with its own color, for easy identification. Moreover, there’s the possibility to monitor multiple LAN computers, each in its own window.

When not used, the application can be hidden to the tray area, while still monitoring all selected areas. The report can be automatically saved to file at every system boot, but you can also manually generate a LOG file.

Taking everything into consideration, we can say that DebugView helps you keep an eye on everything happening on your computer, and others connected to the same network. The simple interface quickly gets you up and running, while the variety of areas to monitor makes sure you gather all info you need, and export logs afterwards.


File Size: 3.35 MB
License: Freeware
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