Windows Event Viewer is a useful tool to solve various Windows problems. If you open and use it regularly at work to get rid of all Windows warnings and errors, you should create an Event Viewer shortcut on the Windows 10 desktop, to allow you to quickly access Event Viewer without spreading. through many steps.
In this article will show you 3 Quantrimang.com way to create a shortcut on the desktop Windows Event Viewer 10.
Method 1: Create a new shortcut called Event Viewer on the Windows 10 desktop
Step 1 : Go to the Windows 10 desktop.
Step 2 : Right-click on any empty area on the desktop and choose New> Shortcut from the pop-up list.
Step 3 : When the Create Shortcut wizard is launched, enter C: Windows System32 eventvwr.msc in the location box and click Next.
Step 4 : At this point, a shortcut named eventvwr is displayed in the name box. You can rename it to Event Viewer and click Finish to create the Event Viewer shortcut on the Windows 10 desktop.
Method 2: Send the Event Viewer shortcut to the Windows 10 desktop
Step 1 : Enter Administrative Tools in the Search box on the Taskbar and click on it from the search results to continue.
Step 2 : In Administrative Tools , right-click on Event Viewer to select Send to> Desktop (create shortcut) from the drop-down menu. The Shortcut Event Viewer will show up on the Windows 10 desktop.
Method 3: Create BAT file for Event Viewer on Windows 10 desktop
Step 1 : Open the Run dialog box by pressing Win + R keyboard shortcut, type notepad in the box and press Enter to open the Notepad window.
Step 2 : In the Notepad window, enter eventvwr or eventvwr.msc.
Step 3 : Next, click File> Save as or press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + S to open the Save As window .
Step 4 : In the Save As window, select Desktop in the left pane, enter Event Viewer.bat in the File name box and click Save to add the Event Viewer shortcut to the Windows 10 desktop.
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