DLL file (Dinamic Link Libraries) is a Windows library. Whatever it takes Windows, will be sought in this DLL file type.
When the application program is executed, the DLL files that accompany it will be called into the memory (RAM) and stayed there for the program is still running. Sometimes, some programs leave the DLL files in memory, which of course will meet the memory space.
Well, that memory space feel more spacious, follow these steps.1. Click the "Start", then type "regedit" to open the Windows Registry Editor window.2. Find the address of the registry "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer".3. In that address, create a new string value named "AlwaysUnloadDLL".4. Give the value of a String value on this. If at any time you want to disable it, just change its value to 0.5. Close the Registry Editor and reboot the computer.
From now on, caching the DLL files will be avoided and the memory space for other programs to be great.
Accessing Files Faster
NTFS is a file system operating system built on a foundation of NT. Because Windows 7 uses the kernel or core of the OS Windows NT, the operating system also supports NTFS.
Well, as the OS that can use the NTFS file system, it requires a functioning cache holds information about files contained in a folder. Like what do they work?
When you open a folder for the first time, Windows will read and contain detailed information about the folder that you open it into a cache. This information will then be used if you open the same folder at a later time so that the process will be faster.
By enlarging the cache is, of course, the speed of your Windows to read a folder will also rise. To do so, practice the following steps.1. Run the Registry Editor via the "Start" menu, and type: regedt32.2. Go to the sub key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE-SYSTEM-CurrentControlSet-Control-FileSystem.3. In the sub key "FileSystem", click the right mouse button on the right window, then click "New> DWORD (32 bit) Value".4. Name the new DWORD Value with the name "NtfsMftZone Reservation".5. Right-click DWORD Value NtfsMftZone Reservation, then select "Modify".6. Fill in the Value Data requested by a value of 2.7. Press "OK", close the Registry Editor window, then restart the PC