How to install DLL files on Windows 10?


Have you ever encountered an issue where you were asked to register a DLL file?

If you are not familiar with the DLL file and wondering what DLL stands for?

Let us describe it to you in simple words.

DLL stands for Dynamic-link library, a DLL file is the file that consists of functions that are utilised across multiple applications.


Maybe an example will help you better understand. For instance, Microsoft office has dozens of DLL files that are used to perform several office programs such as spell-checking etc.

Numerous programs can load the same DLL at the same time.

Let's look at how you can install or register DLL in Windows 10.




You can install a DLL in Windows 10 by following the below guide.


  • First, hit on the " Start" button and look for "Run".


  • Then you have to register a DLL file by typing

 regsvr32 “C:\Windows\System32\myfile.dll” 

in the regsvr32 command.


  • Hit ok and then you get a pop-up pop-formation depicting " DLL has been successfully registered.


That's all by following the above steps you can successfully register a DLL that can be utilised by windows programs

If the problem persists to install DLL windows 10 and get an error message saying that the attempt to register the DLL file failed, then you might have to shut off disable UAC (user account control) in windows. and Downloader.DLL errors


Downloader.DLL error  generally occurs because of damaged applications, downloader.DLL has been deleted or misplaced, windows damaged registers or by viruses present in your PC


This problem can be resolved by reinstalling the program from the original and reliable installation media is an indicator that a file is corrupted, deleted or incorrectly installed.

The solution of windows.Storage.dll is the Same as the error Downloader.Dll.


Things to look at.


Sometimes if the command prompt does not have access to the administration permission, the register DLL command will flunk.

So make sure to run the command prompt as "Run as administrator".


 Also, some people are looking for the answer to "windows DLL repair" and the answer is written below.

 Try to restart the command prompt, run as administrator as we mentioned above and check that you are using the 32-bit version of the command.

 If you are using a 64bit version of windows installed 32-bit bit version of DLL then run the below command:-