High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Like most modern
operating systems, Microsoft Windows supports shared libraries,
collections of code which can be used by multiple processes while
only being loaded once into memory. Windows terms its shared
libraries Dynamic-link libraries. Most core Windows functionality
is contained within Native Applications and a set of DLLs, which
together implement the various subsystems under which code can run.
Each subsystem defines and implements a large number of functions,
or Application programming interfaces, which programs running under
the subsystems can call.
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