Sometimes, when you spend too much time on your computer, it gets loaded with information, and its memory can’t take it anymore, so it crashes, causing what we regularly call a blue screen.
It has happened to you before, so perhaps you resume restating your system and keeping on with your work, but it doesn’t mean there isn’t any problem with your memory or hard disk.
It is where BlueScreenView comes in handy by providing you with a series of information on what caused the system crash. This application scans all minidump files created during the blue screen crash and puts together a table containing all of this information so you can easily review it.
For each crash, the software records the minidump filename, the time of the crash, and its information. All details recorded by this application can be viewed in the panel while their sorting is made easy through categories and types.
Using these parameters to sort the files, users can easily see if there is a persistent problem with one of the drives or files or a temporary malfunction.
BlueScreenView doesn’t require any special installation or additional .dll files; it is up and running in no time after running the executable.