DLL file (Dinamic Link Libraries) is the library windows. Whatever it takes windows, would be sought in the files of this type etc..
When the application program is executed, etc. files that accompany it will be called into the memory (RAM) and continue to be there as long as the program is still running. Sometimes, some programs leave this dll file in memory, which of course will meet the memory space.
Well, that memory space feel more relieved, follow these steps:
1. Click "run" on the start button, then type "regedit" to open windows registry editor window.
2. Find a registry address "HKEY_LIKAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer".
3. In that address, right click, new, string value, name "AlwaysUnloadDll".
4. Click 2 times AlwaysUnloadDll, give the value 1 in the string valuenya. If you want to disable it give the value 0 on the string valuenya.
5. Close the registry editor window, then restart the computer.
This trick I took from the edition of PC Plus magazine article 345. I made some changes to simplify the task. If there is a problem you can put the coment. You can download this article in http://tinyurl.com/ya7grda or http://tinyurl.com/yl4qrod
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