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Editors' Review

WhoCrashed looks for crash dumps stored on your PC and analyzes them for the most likely culprit of the blue screen of death (BSoD).

Pros

Fast: Analyzing crash dumps with WhoCrashed takes a very short amount of time. In our tests, it took the app less than a second to analyze each dump.

Helpful reports: Rather than just spitting out a few words and some error codes, the software actually generates reports containing as many details as it was able to gather in order to help you take the next step. While it is up to you to actually resolve the issue, WhoCrashed may provide suggestions and recommendations.

Crash dump test: In addition to analyzing your crash dump files, the software can also cause an intentional crash (BSoD), so you can test if your PC is generating the crash dumps without any issues. Don't be alarmed that the app will randomly crash your computer, however; the developers have put up many disclaimers on the option's screen and even make you type the word "ACCEPT" prior to initiating the crash.

Cons

Poor visuals: From the moment you start using it, the app's interface shows its age. From the Windows XP icons that are used all over to the sub-optimal spacing and layout, it is clear that the developers don't see interface design as a priority.

Works some of the time only: In their crash report conclusion the developers make a well-founded statement that the information the app provides might not be accurate, since it has to account for an infinite number of variables, including new PC setups we will see in the future. In that sense, this diagnostics tool currently cannot replace the expertise of a human computer technician.

Bottom Line

Do you have a PC that experiences regular crashes? If so, you can try to troubleshoot the problem with the help of WhoCrashed. Thanks to its detailed crash analysis, this application will likely help you determine which device driver is incompatible with your computer and causing problems.

 
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Full Specifications

What's new in version 6.60

  • Option added to have crash dumps reported in order of preference
  • Option added to have directories analyzed without searching in subdirectories
  • Limited number of crash dumps disabled by default for remote directories
  • Bug fixed: dumps view was not functional
  • Bug fixed: progress window could remain visible
  • Bug fixed: number of logical processors misreported on systems with more than 32CPUs

General

Publisher Resplendence Software Projects Sp
Publisher web site http://www.resplendence.com
Release Date February 18, 2019
Date Added February 18, 2019
Version 6.60

Category

Category Utilities & Operating Systems
Subcategory System Utilities

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows Vista/7/8/10
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 8.65MB
File Name whocrashedSetup.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 232,157
Downloads Last Week 330

Pricing

License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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