The current state of the operating system with regards to the use of EXE's, DLL's, OCX's, etc. can be displayed at any time. For example to show the state before and after running a particular program. It can help you to see which modules t
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000
Description: DLL Explorer is a 32-bit utility program for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT 4. It is useful in obtaining lists of the Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files and other module files which the operating system is currently using.
The current state of the operating system with regards to the use of EXE's, DLL's, OCX's, etc. can be displayed at any time. For example to show the state before and after running a particular program.
It can help you to see which modules the program uses. Both 32-bit and 16-bit modules are shown. It can be used as a handy tool to know which files are used by your application when you are ready to distribute your product.
You may compare two usage lists and display the differences between them. The resulting comparison list will show any modules which have been added, any that are no longer used and any increase or decrease in the number of times a module is utilized.
Lists can be loaded and saved for future reference or printed.
Detailed information of each module can be seen by double clicking on its filename. This will also show the processes using a module.
The COM based devloper kit will allow you to embed DLL explorer functionality into your own programs
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