What is a DLL?
DLL is short for Dynamic Link Library and is a file that contains code and resources that can be used across several programs at the same time. DLL files allow programers to make changes and add features to their programs without having to write new code for each one.
There are many programs that require DLL files to function properly so when one is damaged or missing it causes program errors and system crashes.
What is hlink.dll?
Hlink.dll is a part of the Microsoft Windows operating system library that works with Hyperlinks. Hyperlinks are links that reference data in a difference location. When the user clicks on a Hyperlink the user is transferred to another page with information on that specific word, group of words, or picture. Hlink.dll combines the functions needed to make Hyperlinks efficient.
Hlink.dll is a file that is equally important to both web page designers and users. The hlink.dll application uses internet facilities to function in that the user needs to be connected to the internet to use most features of a Hyperlink. Hlink.dll is just as important to the world wide web as hyperlink technology is dependent on the DLL file to function properly.
The hlink.dll controls the functions of a Hyperlink that relate to a specific area on a screen that was created to transfer a portion or portions of the image to multiple destinations as well as embedded links.
Hlink.dll is also a part of the Hypertext system which is text that includes Hyperlinks to other text which can be accessed with the click of a mouse.
Suggested fix if you are receiving hlink.dll error messages:
When a DLL file is corrupted or missing it causes error messages, poor system performance, and system crashes. To correct these issues you must replace the corrupt or missing DLL file with a working version. If a valid copy of the damaged DLL file can not be found the user may need to perform a clean installation of your Windows operating system.
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