Disco wrote:Thanks for the link. It appears that svchost.exe is constantly chugging along at 16-18% CPU activity (1 core near 100%). Not sure what it's doing, but it seems odd to me. That's a lot of background processing.
Actually, DLLs have always been a feature of Windows -- it's one of the key ways they got 16bit Windows, and Windows applications, to fit into a 640KB machine back in the day. In fact, Windows itself used to be just a bunch of DLLs -- USER.DLL, GDI.DLL, KERNEL.DLL, and a couple of others -- that were invoked by win.exesuperjawes wrote:Many years ago, all Windows programs required a .exe file to run. Windows switched a lot of processes over to .dll files which take up less space.
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