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By tlf55, Senior Member on 31st January 2014, 06:57 AM
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Hi, sometimes I got eventloggerservice in services.. It run with Google search .. I don't event use the search function or Google now .. But this services run background .. Someone know what it is ? I'll take a screenshot if I can ..

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It is what it says it is. Its hard to make it simpler. You've heard of an "event log", right?

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No .. The thing is that I don't know what they "log" ..

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Every OS has an event log. Its used for troubleshooting faults. Everything that happens in an OS is logged as an event. Push a button, plug usb in...both events.

In windows the event log is even accessible by the user. Right click "computer" and select "manage" and you'll see the event log

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Well after 30 minutes logging something I don't even know it's a bit weird .. (One time it even stayed more than 6hour logging .. ) I have to manually stop it .

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I see no issues.

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Well after 30 minutes logging something I don't even know it's a bit weird .. (One time it even stayed more than 6hour logging .. ) I have to manually stop it .

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It always runs. No problem here.
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