DLL-Files Client 2.3.0 LATEST
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DLL-Files Client 2020 full offline installer setup for PC 32bit/64bit
DLL files can exist in many different versions, programs, and locations on your PC, which means trying to fix the problem manually could be complicated. It handles everything from start to finish, including locating a compatible version of the DLL, installing it in the correct location, and registering it so that all programs on the computer know where to access it. Every DLL-files.com Client comes with a lifetime license, offering you ongoing support, coverage, and peace of mind. For gamers, freelancers, and other power users, the program delivers ongoing, fast relief from DLL errors—now and into the future.
Features and Highlights
Optimal Fit DLL Installation
Using the DLL-files.com Client really is simple: Input the filename of the DLL that is missing or corrupted. The program first detects what your system setup is, for example, which Windows version you are using. Then it links up with the massive DLL-files.com archive in the cloud, using a secure connection, and locates a compatible version of the DLL for your system, typically among many available versions. One of the most important distinctions to make is, apart from the file version number, the architecture of the DLL.
The Architecture Distinction
This is a large topic but in short; PCs come in two variants, 32bit and 64bit (also signified by x86 and x64 respectively). 32bit PCs use only 32bit programs, and DLL files, while 64bit can use both 64bit and 32bit programs and files. Most programs are still written as 32bit, but 64bit is becoming more common because these computers are more powerful. Yet, many modern programs are still written as 32bit in order to be compatible with older PCs. There are even programs that use both 32bit and 64bit files. In these cases, it is recommended to provide both 32bit and 64bit DLLs, so the DLL files Client will locate and select both versions of the DLL to be installed on your machine.
When a compatible version has been located, simple one-click installation is offered with the recommended DLL file version installed in the appropriate location on your PC. The program client will also register the DLL in your system, a process that ensures that all programs will be able to find it, thereby solving your "missing DLL error".
We also recognize that some users prefer to have a bit more control of the process; that's what the "Advanced view" is for. Here you may select among the various versions of the DLL available, if you so wish, and also specify a custom or alternate install path for the DLL. This can also be useful for particularly troublesome DLL errors where a standard installation procedure is not enough to make sure that all affected programs can find the DLL in the system. In such rare cases, the DLL may have to be installed directly into the root directory of affected programs. But don't worry, these cases are rare, and should that happen, you can always get direct assistance from tech support to lead you through this as well.
Backup and Rollback
The old saying “If it isn't broken don't fix it” is true also for DLL files. So, just in case you happen to install the wrong file or did something that, for one reason or another, didn’t work out as expected, the Rollback feature allows you to undo anything you have done with the DLL-files.com Client.
What is DLL?
DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library, which in short means it’s a library of information or functions, that can be linked to from different programs that make use of the information in the DLL. It is dynamic in the way that it is a repository with often several hundred functions, and the program linking to it can make use of any of them, or all, as required. The benefit is that programs do not have to include every single function in their own files, instead of using the shared DLL, thereby reducing the program size.
What are the system requirements for the DLL-files Client?
The DLL-Files Client works on all current Microsoft Windows versions including Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Windows 10. Internet Explorer must be installed (IE 10 or above).
Note: Limited functionality in the demo version.