WinUtils - tail
tail - deliver the last part of a file
tail [-fv?] [+/-[n]lines] file
tail copies the named file to the standard output beginning at the designated place.
Coping begins at a point in the file indicated by the -/+n lines, + means the number of lines from the start of the file, - means from the end. If the value is not specified, then the number 10 is used.
|-f||Follow. tail will not terminate after the line of the input file has been copied, but will enter an endless loop, wherein t sleeps for one second then attempts to read and copy further records from the input file. Thus it may be used to monitor the growth of a file that is being written by some other process.|
|+/-[n]lines||The number of lines.|
|file||The path of the input file.|
tail -f foobar
will print the last ten line of the file foobar followed by any lines that are appended after tail is started.