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    RegDllView 1.55

    UPDATED ON:  September 1, 2013

    CATEGORY: Utilities

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    Size: 49.46 KB
    Supported OS:Windows 2K, XP, Vista, 7
    Requirements:None
    Last updated:September 1, 2013
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    RegDllView is a small utility that displays the list of all registered dll/ocx/exe files (COM registration).


    For each registered file, you can view the last date/time that it was registered, and the list of all registration entries (CLSID/ProgID).
    RegDllView also allows you to unregister dll/ocx files that you don' t need on your system anymore. If you have dll/ocx files that don' t exist on your system anymore, but their registration entries are still exist in your Registry, you can manually remove these entries by using ' Delete All Entries For Selected Files' option.
    Starting from version 1.35, RegDllView also allows you to register dll/ocx files (like regsvr32), simply by dragging one or more files from Explorer folder into the window of RegDllView.

    Start Using RegDllView

    RegDllView doesn' t require any installation process or additional DLLs. Just copy the executable file (RegDllView.exe) to any folder you like, and run it.

    The main window of RegDllView has 2 panes:
    • The upper pane - Displays the list of all registered files.
    • The lower pane - Displays the list of all COM registration entries of the selected file in the upper pane.

    Tips for using RegDllView
    • If you want to view the files that registered in the last hours/days, simply click the ' Last Registered On' column, and the list will be sorted according to the registration date.
    • If you want to find obsolete registrations on your system, simply click the ' Missing File' in order to sort the list by ' Missing File' status.
    • You can unregister multiple dll files simply by selecting them in the upper pane, and then using the "Unregister Selected Files" option. However, this feature won' t work on missing/corrupted files.
    • The ' System Entries' column displays the number of COM entries under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareClassesCLSID for the specified file.
    • The ' User Entries' column displays the number of COM entries under HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareClassesCLSID for the specified file.

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    No installation required

     

     

     

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