_winevt.dll is a module\r that operates in Windows registry. It belongs to Server Aid Manager, a software owned by IBM corporation.
All .dll (which stands for “direct linking library”) files work through the Windows registry, which acts as a shortcut path for executable files. The registry is what keeps processing speed and RAM usage in line (among other things).
Due to no fault on the computer owner’s part, registries often become bogged down and sometimes even damaged. Software which does not uninstall properly, programs that have changed location in the Windows framework, and malicious programs such as spyware, viruses, and Trojans are a few of the reasons a directory can become clogged or damaged.
Symptoms of a clogged or damaged registry include frequent error messages, slow startup time, reduced operating speed, and frequent system crashes. The best way to keep a PC or laptop from slowing down or crashing is to run a registry scan on a regular basis, cleaning up when necessary. ZookaWare PC Cleaner offers a free registry scan in order to identify any problems.