wing.dll – Here is the scoop on Windows High Performance Graphics Library as it pertains to computer network security. The big question: what is wing.dll and is it spyware, a trojan and if so, how do I get rid of Windows High Performance Graphics Library?
wing.dll (Windows High Performance Graphics Library) – Details
The file wing.dll, was used by applications running under DOS when displaying high resolution graphics (for games and other similar programs). The WinG system has been superceeded by DirectX, so unless you run and old, graphically intensive DOS games, you should be able to remove this file without it causing any problems.
wing.dll is flagged as a system process and does not appear to be a security risk. However, removing Windows High Performance Graphics Library may adversely impact your system.
Our process monitor database currently registers wing.dll to Microsoft.
This is part of Microsoft Windows.
wing.dll is related to cmd.exe, ntvdm.exe, wing32.dll, wjview.exe, dxtmsft.dll, d3d8.dll, d3d8thk.dll, d3d9.dll, d3dim700.dll, d3dxof.dll, ddraw.dll, ddrawex.dll, devenum.dll, dinput.dll, dinput8.dll, dplay.dll, dplayx.dll, dsound.dll, glu32.dll, ksuser.dll, opengl32.dll, quartz.dll,
WING.DLL – Disclaimer
Every attempt has been made to provide you with the correct information for wing.dll or WINDOWS HIGH PERFORMANCE GRAPHICS LIBRARY. Many spyware / malware programs use filenames of usual, non-malware programs. If we have included information about wing.dll that is inaccurate, we would greatly appreciate your help by leaving a comment with the correct information below and we’ll do our best to correct it.
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