Many programs install the same DLL's.The fact that it has been installed gets recorded to the SharedDLLs registry key. This allows Windows to keep track of how many times that dll has been installed. Every time a program uses a shared DLL it will be registered to the Shared DLL Registry Key, but this information is most often left when the program is uninstalled. WinMaximizer will clean up this information and either reset or delete left over or faulty Entries.
WinMaximizer scans the shared DLL locations of the registry to make certain that the associated DLL physically exists at the specified location. If the DLL does not exit, WinMaximizer will automatically remove the faulty or missing reference from the registry.