Having problems opening a LOG file?

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Opening LOG files

Did your computer fail to open a LOG file? We explain what LOG files are and recommend software that we know can open or convert your LOG files.

What is a LOG file?

Files that contain the .log file extension are commonly used by a variety of computer operating systems and software applications. The LOG files normally contain plain text logs of events that have occurred within the associated software program.

Log files are commonly used by operating systems to keep track of system events and by software installation programs to list the locations and names of the files that have been installed on a user's system.

The HijackThis, LabVIEW and SeeYou software programs are also known to use the .log file suffix for log files that are referenced by the computer applications.

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About File Extension LOG

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If you have additional information about the LOG file format or software that uses files with the LOG suffix, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.