You are here because you have a file that has the extension ending in .dll. Files with the .dll extension can only be run by some applications. It is possible that the .dll files are data files and not documents or media, which means that you should not view them at all.
These DLL files are also known as Dynamic Link Library files, and the contents of the file placed with the .dll extension is a set of developed resources such as directives, procedures, and driver libraries that are required by the embedded Windows application and third-party software that was developed for Microsoft Windows. These DLL files allow Windows programs to use common resources in compiled libraries with other applications.During execution, some of these applications may be associated with these DLL resources. Most of these DLL files are already associated with Microsoft Windows, although some programs provide their own DLL during installation. Some of these DLL files facilitate communication between Windows, corresponding to embedded or external applications and driver resources required by external and internal I/O devices.
Run the .dll file, or any other file on your computer, by double-clicking it. If your file associations are set correctly, the application that is designed to open the .dll file will open it. This is possible, may be necessary to download or purchase the correct application. It is also possible that you have the correct application on your computer, but the .dll files are not yet connected to each other. In this case, when you try to open a .dll file, you can say the Windows application that is appropriate for that file. From now on, by opening the .dll file, the correct application will be opened.