Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
PC Health Boost ™ does it again. When they distribute another one of their monthly infographics on their blog, they will teach people yet another valuable lesson about how to speed up PC performance.
The redistribution of their infographics has historically been at a high rate. The company is hopeful that this one will be proven just as useful.
Found at the PC HealthBoost™ blog, the infographic will provide a very thorough explanation of DLL errors and how to eliminate them. Concerning this, DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library. Any alerts received saying a specific file is missing or corrupt usually occurs after an improper program installation.
Running too many programs that require the same shared files also causes Dynamic Link Library errors. Furthermore, the chances of issues related to program installation increase with every new program downloaded onto a Windows device.
Usually obtaining new versions of missing or corrupt files will correct invalid registry entries occurring after trying to set up and run a new program. However, registry repair might require more than this.
For example, sometimes PC users forget to keep their Windows Automatic Updates feature turned on. Furthermore, they don’t realize how often they should scan their device for malware.
“The longer people wait to maintain their computers, the more problems it will cause,” says Erin Walsh. “People can learn how to prevent these critical errors before they happen, and avoid serious consequences that will damage or destroy their PC.”
If people choose to do this manually, this requires them to enter their registry file folders and change or delete entries that don’t belong in a certain file path. They can also add entries the same way. However, anyone who would rather not do it themselves can use an automated registry cleaner to complete this task.
Boost Software, INC located in Boston, Massachusetts originally developed PC Health Boost as its flagship software. It took Co-founders Peter Dunbar and Amit Mehta over two years and over $350,000 to develop this registry repair product. Learn more about how to fix dll errors at the blog’s home page PCHealthBoost.com.