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Lizard Labs Introduces Version 3.0 of Log Parser Lizard, the Popular Tool for IT Professionals

New version of Log Parser Lizard is now available from Lizard Labs. Log Parser is enhanced query software that digs through information in log files seamlessly and efficiently using SQL queries without storing log data into database. Log Parser Lizard is

SKOPJE, Macedonia, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This week, Lizard Labs, developer of professional system utilities and software for Microsoft Windows, released a significant update to its flagship software, Log Parser Lizard.

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When it comes to data mining and multi-dimensional analysis, an advanced and feature complete pivot grid provides business users unrivaled insights into daily operations. Until this release using the pivot capabilities of products like Excel meant exporting data to "out-of-process" solutions. This is one of the many other new features and improvements included in the latest version 3.0.

About Log Parser Lizard

We at Lizard Labs know first-hand how challenging it can be to dig through all text-based log files to find one item or issue. Because using Microsoft Logparser's from command line can be painful even for experienced IT administrators (due to its knotty command-line interface), we've created Log Parser Lizard to enhance the search functionality and to easily manage your queries.

This Log Parser Lizard GUI for Microsoft Logparser is a versatile tool that provides quick access to IIS, W3C and log4net logs, XML, CSV/TSV and Text files, as well as data sources on the Microsoft Windows operating system like Windows Event log, file system, registry and Active Directory. LPL digs through information in log files seamlessly and efficiently using SQL queries without storing log data into database. It offers an easy new way to manage all your business's text-based information. Now, businesses working with various forms of text based log files/data can use this query software to write and manage their queries and to find exactly what they need when they need it.

Log Parser Lizard can print or export query results into various file formats including Microsoft Excel, Word and PDF, as well as compile information into charts. This query software is available for free from Lizard Labs, with an enhanced version with deeper functionality once it is registered and paid for.

Log Parser Lizard has consistently been awarded the highest accolades by leading software distribution sites and testing laboratories around the world. Users can download Log Parser Lizard GUI, and view the rest of Lizard Labs' software product offerings, at http://www.lizard-labs.com.

About Lizard Labs

Lizard Labs is a developer and provider of professional system utilities and software for Microsoft Windows. With products such as Log Parser Lizard, Lizard Labs is enhancing the way individuals and businesses research, organize and securely store business information. At Lizard Labs, we are fortunate enough to work with many important companies to help them with their professional system utilities needs. For more information on Lizard Labs and their software product offerings, visit http://www.lizard-labs.com.

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phone: +38975397899

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