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The DHOST.EXE is a registry process which is run automatically by the Microsoft Windows Operating system. This process is important for managing D based applications. DHOST is by default a startup process which means that the process runs from the minute you boot up your system. This file should not be terminated by the user unless it is found to cause problems. Bad DHOST processes can easily be identified using one of many free registry scanners available on the internet.
D itself refers to the Dynamiclink library, this is a concept implemented by Microsoft in the Windows Operating system. It consists of using a shared library to run most of its applications. These libraries usually end with *.dll or *.ocx extension. The latter is for D library files with embedded ActiveX controls.
Ds are in fact very similar to executable (*.EXE) files. This similarity is due to the fact that both Ds and EXEs contain data, resources and code in variable combinations. Some common examples of Ds include icon libraries, font files and such. Normally icon libraries have IC extensions and font files the FOT extension.


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