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    Is it safe to delete .svclog files?

    I have several old .svclog files cluttering up my hard drive. Is it safe to delete them?

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    These are logs of problems that have occurred with your PC. If things are working well now and there are no unresolved problems, you should be fine deleting them.
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    Any log file will be safe to delete provided you're not needing to look through them for any reason.
    You might even be able to manage them better.

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