Many times it happens when you see different applications on your computer getting crashed, you may be curious to know about these application crash details, you can get to know about the application crash details through event viewer in windows but understanding the windows event viewer is quite difficult sometimes if you are not aware about what is where and how to use it.
We have written about some utilities like BlueScreenView and WhoCrashed which lets you find out the information about different program crashes you see on your computer. Today we tell you about another free program like the above mentioned which lets you dig out the information around the application crashes occurring on your computer.
AppCrashView is a small free program which works on Vista and Windows 7, it displays the details of all application crashes occurred in your system. The crashes information is extracted from the .wer files created by the Windows Error Reporting (WER) component of windows.
You can export the crash information you see here for each crash into a separate html / text file, then find out the reason why this application is crashing, so that you can fix the issue.
Note: This application is portable and does not require installation, you just need to double click the executable to run this program.