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Simplify the Windows 8/7 Event Viewer by creating custom views

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Pro tip: Simplify the Windows 8/7 Event Viewer by creating custom views

The Event Viewer in Windows 7 and Windows 8.x allows you to save Filters by using the Create Custom View feature. Greg Shultz explains how.

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