Determine times when Win 10 has blue screened

What utilities or methods can I use to determine what days and times a Windows 10 Pro OS has blue screened or crashed?

I would like to be able to quickly determine these days and times so I can then examine the event logs around these times to determine what might have caused these Blue Screens or crash issues.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Normally these errors show up in Reliability History. This is easier.

Look there now (not later please) and see if there are Critical Errors that occurred roughly when the crashes occurred, or implicate a process that broke.

Actual Restarts are in the Event Viewer. Look in the Windows section (Application and System) for errors at the approximate time of the crashes.

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if you look in the windows\minidumps folder, all the dmp dfiles have a name with corresponding date/time
eg :  012718-14171-01.dmp = 27jan2018 14 hrs17
Andrew LeniartIT Consultant & Freelance JournalistCommented:
When you have a crash, take note of the Stop code and Error message so you can report them here.

Also as nobus suggested, provide .dmp files related to the crash.

Blue screen crashes are commonly caused by driver or hardware issues.  Using the above information gives you a way to identify which software, driver or hardware part is faulting.
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RaminTechnical AdvisorCommented:
Download Whocrashed free version and run it,  click on Analyze:

Download link:

The result will be something like this:

IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
What other utilities similar to Who Crashed are available that can assist with doing this?
RaminTechnical AdvisorCommented:

WinDbg also can do the same.
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
What are some other good programs for analyzing Windows 10 Blue Screens?

I would like to try them all.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The easiest tool is Nirsoft Blue Screen View which I supplied to you in another question. I highly suggest that as others (especially win debug) are more complicated.
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