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.BLG File Extension

File Type 1Windows Binary Performance Log File

DeveloperMicrosoft
Popularity
3.8 (11 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a BLG file?

A BLG file is a log file created by Windows performance tracking tools. It is used to analyze server and computer loads and discover resource bottlenecks. BLG files contain a history of the computer resource utilization and performance, such as the amount of CPU, memory, and disk resources used by different programs.

More Information

BLG files are stored in a proprietary binary format. They can be converted to .CSV files using the "relog" command at the command prompt in Windows. They also can be viewed in the Windows Administrative Tools.

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Programs that open BLG files
Updated 6/3/2016

File Type 2BibTeX Log File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.5 (4 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatText

Text

This file is saved in a plain text format. You can open and view the contents of this file using a text editor.

.BLG File Association 2

Log file created by BibTeX, a tool used to process bibliographic references for academic papers and technical documentation; stores a log of processed steps in a plain text format; often used for reviewing errors; can be viewed with any text editor.

More Information

Since LaTeX document generation can take multiple passes, BLG files can be used to review the current state of the document generation process.

NOTE: BibTeX is most commonly used for processing bibliographic citations in conjunction with LaTeX document generation.

Programs that open BLG files
Updated 2/10/2011

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