What program for Windows can update a text file dynamically?
The issue is that you have a server with a certain service, which turns on linux. And are there logs of this service, of course. So with the help of tail-f *name_of_log* using terminal you can easily track changes in the log without resorting to the permanent reopening of the file, etc.
The same service is deployed under Windows there to do it in the same way problematic. You can open the log in NotePad++, but there is necessary each time to activate the program window and clicking Yes on the proposal to update the changes that were made to the file by the third party application. Is there any program under Windows that would behave like tail-f in terminal Linux?