ⓘ Category:Windows files

Microsoft Windows library files

The Microsoft Windows operating system supports a form of shared libraries known as "dynamic-link libraries", which are code libraries that can be used by multiple processes while only one copy is loaded into memory. This article provides an overview of the core libraries that are included with every modern Windows installation, on top of which most Windows applications are built.

Moricons.dll

Moricons.dll is a dynamic-link library file containing icons. The file was first distributed with Windows 3.0 and contains icons for launching many popular DOS applications such as WordPerfect and Lotus 123. Windows setup included the option of searching the local drives that are compatible with DOS and if found, wanted to create item in program Manager under the program group with the appropriate icon from the file. moricons.DLL was found in %SystemRoot%\System\moricons.dll on DOS systems Windows, from Windows 3.0 to Windows me. On Windows NT systems, including Windows 10, the file can be ...

                                     

ⓘ Windows files

  • Windows system files Protecting core system files mitigates problems such as DLL hell with programs and the operating system. Windows 2000, Windows XP
  • transfer personal files and settings from a computer running an earlier version of Windows to a computer running a newer version. Windows Easy Transfer was
  • with every modern Windows installation, on top of which most Windows applications are built. HAL.DLL is a kernel - mode library file and it cannot be used
  • releases of Windows including Windows 10. It is a single - instance graphical interface, replacing the command - line interface of MS - DOS, to manage files copy
  • The filename extension bat is used in DOS and Windows Windows NT and OS 2 also added cmd. Batch files for other environments may have different extensions
  • Windows Metafile WMF is an image file format originally designed for Microsoft Windows in the 1990s. The original Windows Metafile format was not device - independent
  • Temporary Internet Files is a folder on Microsoft Windows which serves as the browser cache for Internet Explorer to cache pages and other multimedia content
  • prompt window Windows Explorer was first included with Windows 95 as a replacement for File Manager, which came with all versions of Windows 3.x operating
  • Windows resources are read - only data embedded in portable executable files like EXE, DLL, CPL, SCR, SYS or beginning with Windows Vista MUI files
  • file On modern operating systems such as Microsoft Windows and Unix - like systems, text files do not contain any special EOF character, because file systems