Find out technical information behind crashed Windows applications, such as exception codes or processor registers, and export data to file using this portable tool.

  • WinCrashReport
  • Version :1.25
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Nir Sofer

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WinCrashReport Description

WinCrashReport is a simple-to-use and powerful software application that provides you with important details about crashed Windows programs. It’s made as an alternative to the default crash reporting app of the operating system.

Portability advantages

Since setup is not prerequisite, you can save the program directory anywhere on the HDD and just click the executable to launch WinCrashReport. There is also the possibility to copy it to an external storage device, in order to run in on any PC effortlessly, without having to install anything beforehand.

Moreover, it doesn’t modify Windows registry settings or create extra files on the disk without your approval, thus leaving no traces behind after its removal.

Clear-cut interface and settings

The interface doesn’t contain any visually striking elements but it’s simple to get around. All crashed apps are automatically loaded at startup, so you can study the process name, exception code and address, product name, file description, process version and company, thread and process ID, along with more details surrounding a specific program.

View and export data about crashed applications

WinCrashReport gives you the possibility to select one or more entries from the list and save them to an external file (.txt, .html, .csv, .xml), or to export everything and investigate the technical data later.

If you’re looking for a particular piece of information, you can take advantage of a search function. What’s more, you can ask the tool to show internal exceptions, make the main frame stay on top of other windows, as well as integrate an icon in the system tray area to keep WinCrashReport running in the background, so it continues surveillance for active processes while you’re carrying on with normal activity on the PC.

Evaluation and conclusion

No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the software utility didn’t freeze or crash. Its impact on the overall performance was minimal, since it needed low CPU and RAM to work properly. To conclude, WinCrashReport supplies curious users with extensive information about crashed Windows application. Thanks to the fact that it’s portable, you can keep it around on the PC for quick access.

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