How to watch Windows events at the moment they are created with Auto Refresh feature of MyEventViewer

MyEventViewer utility has a new 'Auto Refresh' feature that allows you to watch newly created events at the moment they are created, without the need to refresh the events list.

You can activate the 'Auto Refresh' mode from 'Auto Refresh' option under the Options menu, as displayed in the following screenshot. You can choose to check for new events every 1, 3, 5, or 10 seconds.

Auto Refresh

Auto Refresh

You can find the latest version of MyEventViewer utility in this page.

3 Responses to “How to watch Windows events at the moment they are created with Auto Refresh feature of MyEventViewer”

  1. Alan Says:

    I need to ask a favor and I am not sure if its possible ... most of the interesting software is caught by symantec ...is it possible to do something to stop this ... the anti virus is managed by corporation so i cannot change it. Thanks a lot.

  2. oldjohn Says:

    It's great :)

    It is possible to have the same thing in cmd line ? And to have an empty windows before polling, to be sure the event seen at a glance are new ?

    A fan from long time...

  3. .... Says:

    Alan, switch AV products. Symantec is probably the weakest one of all.

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