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  1. hi. I know that windows has many log files which show many actions like error/programs installed/websites visited,etc,etc. Is it possible to get a log of every action performed by a user in windows OS(either xp or 7) in a log/text file. i.e. Suppose if I click on the start button, the click action on the start button should get noted in the log file. And also if I click on the file button in MS Excel, then that click action should get noted in the log file. So, in a nutshell, what I trying to know is, is there a way through which we can have a log of every internal operation that is happening when we do some action in windows. If more clarity in the question is needed pls inform me and I'll edit the question. Thanks for your help.

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