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Can someone tell me where the Windows Log can be found.I think it Logs your time connected to internet, how long on the net for, what websites you have visited and anything else that it logs.
i just need to know where to find it please. ;)

Thanx :tazz:
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System log doesn't tell you where you have been on the internet but probably tells you when you open the Internet Browser etc.
The System Log, logs any problems and event that takes place on your PC.

Its called Event Viewer, you can access it via Start -> Run and type eventvwr
there are three logs, system/application/security, and each log is specific to log a different event hence the name.

hope that answers your question.
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