A dynamic link library that contains functions that other programs can execute freely. There are a few uses for dlls...
1. Sometimes programmers create dlls with a complex language so other programmers working with a easy language can make their program load the dll and enjoy some benefits of the more complex language.
2. Sometimes they are created so instead of having a huge main file the central program can be a small core and call it's main functions through dlls.
Don't delete those fucking dlls, other programs fucking need them.
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Friend: This 9 to 5 and school are miserable man, everything just sucks.
Me: Stay golden, there are plenty of things to appreciate. You can always do something else.