Open LOG1 File

The Microsoft Windows registry uses the LOG1 files as the log file. Basically, the LOG1 file is a log of logs, or in other words, a trace of the changes that have been made to the user's log over time.

Normally LOG1 files are located in the directory, and are saved in binary format and have the attribute of a hidden file in Windows.

LOG1 files also have log backup functionality and their use, in this case, is natural for troubleshooting system or application problems.

LOG1 files are not intended to be opened manually and therefore there is no native application to open LOG1 file.

Open LOG1 File on Windows

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