I am using ConEmu to run Ubuntu consoles in Windows 10. I have specified that ConEmu exports .log files automatically at the end of each session. The log files look like this in Sublime Text:

Sublime Text Screenshot

There is a lot of ASCII codes such as <0x1b>.

Opening with Notepad looks like this:

Notepad screenshots

Which is a bit clearer but still not easy to understand.

Is there another program in Windows that could read these log files correctly?


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You may use sed to trim all ANSI sequences and after that view them in any editors.

Or you may print the log file in ConEmu or any other terminal and browse the session there.

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