DLL Show is a small utility that displays a list of all running processes and their DLL dependencies. Click your mouse on a listed task or process to see the DLLs that process uses. DLL Show displays comprehensive information about running processes.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: DLL Show is a small utility that displays a list of all running processes and their DLL dependencies. Click your mouse on a listed task or process to see the DLLs that process uses. DLL Show displays comprehensive information about all running processes including memory load, priority and the DLLs they depend upon. DLL Show can also be used to display a list for all DLL and OCX modules installed on your system. DLL Show can be configured to optionally place its icon in the taskbar tray.
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