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Shutdown Logger v1.0
Shutdown Logger v1.0 A tool to record the time and type of all shutdown events of a system (such as shutdown, restart, standby, lock screen, user change and many more) and optionally write them to a log file. In order to make it work, the program has to autostart itself on any new session (a session is started by logging into the desktop and some other events). On each manual program end, you will be asked whether you would like the program to automatically start itself the next run. In most cases, you may answer with "Yes". On the first run, the program will fully show itself. Each next run, the program will be automatically minimized to the system tray. If "Save log to file" is checked, each event will be saved to the log file, which can be found under "ShutdownLogger.log" in the program's root folder. In some cases (e.g. the folder you start the program from requires admin access) the program has to be started as administrator, just to access the log and the settings files. List of events to be logged Session Start: Log On Session End: Log Off Session End: Shutdown Power Mode: Resume Power Mode: Suspend Session Switch: Lock Session Switch: Unlock Session Switch: Console Connect Session Switch: Console Disconnect Session Switch: Remote Control Session Switch: Remote Connect Session Switch: Remote Disconnect Session Switch: Log Off Session Switch: Log On Works in: Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 10 Requires .NET Framework 4.0 or higher to be installed. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 677 Jul 23, 2021
2XDSOFT.RU.GG
Simple USB Logger 1.7
Simple USB Logger 1.7 This software product allows capturing traffic between device driver and USB device, being transparent for this USB device. High operation speed and information content of Simple USB Logger software allows to analyze the operation of any USB device. Thanks to this product you can analyze the traffic, even if BSOD occurs during USB device usage. And the fast transition functions help to move over captured data quickly. Distinguishing features: Freeware Software. Initially this software was created for company's internal needs. But we decided to release it for free for all our customers, so they could use Simple USB Logger for their needs without any limitations! Simple Monitoring Technology. This new technology of traffic capturing is based on operation of a usual Lower Filter Driver. But our unique feature allows loading a filter to the stack of the analyzed USB device only. This increases capturing speed and reliability, and prevents impact on operation of other USB devices. Hardware and Virtual USB bus support. Now you can monitor any USB device, whether is it a real device plugged into hardware USB port or virtual USB device connected via any other software of any vendor! Advanced URB parser. Simple USB Logger can display the structures of URB requests in both full and simple form (where it shows only critical data)! Memory dump analyzys. If BSOD occurs while you are working with USB device, you can get log file from memory.dmp file. It allows to see what requests USB device was processing when BSOD occured. Quick search features. Simple USB Logger can quickly find packets finished with errors. To move to such packet you just need to click the button on toolbar! Visual Tracer Submit/Complete. USB Logger aways follows the sequence of URB ...
5/5 3,416 Sep 19, 2017
SimplyCore LLC
   
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