We all faced the DLL problem one way or the other, either by uninstalling some software or just deleted something somehow by mistake..right? This is where AnalogX DLL Archive comes in handy and saves you and your system from failure.
Lets just say you want to uninstall a certain software, that tells you it wants to delete a shared Windows DLL resource. AnalogX DLL Archive comes in, searches your computer for any references pointing to that DLL resource, if there is one. If that DLL was used only by that program, you can archive it and delete it from the system. This technique can be applied to any DLL’s, you can search your computer and archive/remove the DLL’s that aren’t used. Once you did that, you’ll have a more cleaner system and probably, more resource free.
If you delete something by mistake, it’s no poblem, you archived them remember?