How to remove Unwanted DLLs

This article is about how to remove unwanted DLLs. This article is about Windows XP days where DLLs are smaller files with some specific information inbuilt into it and stays inside computer to work in specific way. This is intended at first by the developers of Windows XP to work in a faster manner so as to find the faster ways of loading of website and other folders and files.

It is like modern cookies of websites which stores little bit of information on the user’s computer and web browser to load websites in faster manner as the intended files loads websites faster and it becomes faster in loading times. Similarly, the DLL functions, in accordance with certain small softwares that in intended to run and execute faster with high end of that time graphical user interface of computers.

With due course of time during those days some ad serving through websites in web browser used to install software without user’s intervention, and install the software and that makes installation of DLLs and unwanted DLLs perhaps for some specific purposes even for some malicious purposes makes the website or even malwares crippling into computer faster during those times.

The unwanted DLLS hide inside operating system files and launch with the unwanted softwares and makes it faster and then slowly takes huge control of entire computer and that makes computer infected with malware. Windows XP operating system does not have that stronger capacity to find such unwanted DLLS hiding inside computer and that makes this problem more difficult during those times.

Slowly, major antivirus vendors comes into limelight and they provide some sort of solutions to these as they introduce on access scanning such as scanning of each and every files and checking their checksum in order to differentiate between bad DLLs and good DLLs.

They employ heuristic protection but as that comes from third party software vendors for this take huge time of review as during those times the speed of internet is on very slower side as that is about dial up connections and that makes running of these processes in the cloud slower and this makes Windows XP computer absolutely slower to use.

During that time one good antimalware software known as Threat Fire which has good detection rate and it was free as and when user allows for cloud connect and in this way it removes most of unwanted DLLS and speeds up computer for faster working inside operating system environment.

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