DLL (Dynamic Link Library) refers to a type of file that is stored either locally or remotely and is a collection of commands and/or data which can be shared by different programs on the same platform.
Typical DLL files contain commands and/or data that are common to a certain task, for instance Windows has many DLL files built-in which other programs access and utilise. A common example of this is spool32.dll which is used for printing control within Windows 95/98 by other applications.
HOW TO UN-REGISTRY DLL FILE :
See the example below …
HOW TO SEARCH FILES AND FOLDERS:
- Click Start, and then click Search.
- In the Search Companion dialog box, click
All files and folders.
- Type part or all of the name of the file or folder, or type a word or phrase that is in the file.
- In the Look in box, click the drive or drives, folder, or network location that you want to search.
- Choose one of the following options:
- Click When was it modified to look for files that were created or modified on or between specific dates.
- Click What size is it to look for files that are specific size.
- Click More advanced options to specify additional search criteria.
- Click Search