DLL stands for Dynamic link library, these .dll files in Windows 7 are present in Program Files folder of system drive. All Windows 7 applications have particular .dll file for dynamic linking. DLL files contains data and code that can be used by one or more program at same time.
DLL files are the system files, which are most important for all the applications to run properly and perform the scheduled tasks. As these .dll files are vital for application performance, care should be taken to preserve them in proper way. Sometimes, user come across with the pop up message, showing that “.dll file is missing” or “could not find .dll file”. Under all these condition, user have to uninstall the existing application and reinstall it once again or they have to restore .dll files Windows 7.
Most of us never deal with .dll files directly, as direct interaction with user is not required by these .dll files. With all these consequences, the user is always under a doubt that, how these .dll files misses/lost from the system? What is the reason for getting pop up messages from system related to .dll files? Let’s see causes behind missing/lost .dll file.
In all the above cases, restoring windows 7 .dll files is possible for user by trying some manual methods.
What if user cannot restore .dll files Windows 7 by manual method? Then do not panic, Windows 7 .dll files recovery is very much possible with Remo Recover Windows. This software is built with such a strong algorithm, with which user can easily retrieve .dll files from Windows 7 for any application which are running with either 32 bit or 64 bit Windows operating System.
This software also supports to recover .dll files from Windows 7, Win 10, Windows 8, and also other previous OS versions like Windows XP, and Windows Vista.
Features of Remo Recover Windows:
Steps to recover .dll files using Remo Recover:
Step 1: Download the trial version of Remo Recover Windows and install it. Select “Recover Files”.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Select the drive from where you want to recover .dll files, and click on “Next”.
Figure 2: Select Storage Drive
Step 3: Select a specific file type or you can click on "Skip" to select all the file types as default.
Figure 3: Select File Type
Step 4: Save the recovery session to avoid re-scanning of the drive.
Figure 4: Save Recovery Session