What is a DLL?
A DLL file is a "dynamic link library" that is stored in a shared folder deep inside your PC.
These files contain common functions and instructions shared by many programs and hardware on your computer.
Keeping them in a centralised location saves on storage space and allows them to be easily updated.
How to fix DLL errors?
A DLL error is usually displayed because you are missing the DLL or it has become unreadable.
Replacing the damaged file or downloading a fresh version of it is easy here at DLLWin.com.
Just use the search bar above or browse through the letter's underneath to find your missing DLL file.
How can this site help?
We keep track of the popular DLL files that you may need to install on your Windows computer.
It's free to download the file you need and on each page we include instructions on what you need to do.
Sometimes the loss of a DLL file can be caused by malware which we can also help with.