.DLL files are information catalogues typically shared by different programs. If corrupted or missing this may cause problems in a wide variety of programs on your PC.
Common causes for .dll-related errors are from programs corrupted by malware and viruses, .dll files deleted when uninstalling software or when accidentally deleted manually.
Use the DLL-Files Fixer to search for and install your missing files, with a simple one-click installation procedure.
Your PC Registry contains information on nearly all activities performed. Every program you install, every search path you type in, every temporary file, thumbnail and save are registered here.
Rogue programs, like viruses and other malware, can create their own registry entries, or keys, and leave traces behind when removed by your antivirus software.
When you install programs registry keys are created, but they are rarely removed when you uninstall programs.
Some Registry entries slow down your PC more, some less and some may even be directly harmful to your system's integrity, like those caused by viruses.
As you can imagine, the average PC user has dozens of new entries every month and the effect stacks with the hundreds of invalid entries over a year.
Using the DLL-Files Fixer to clean your registry ensures these invalid entries are removed, freeing up hard disk space, reducing memory usage, and speeds up the system.
Be sure to keep the DLL-Files Fixer installed to solve errors as and when they appear.
An old PC can never be "new" again, but this software provides a great step in the right direction.