REGEDIT4 ;always unload dll - myth for better memory management, removed [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer] "AlwaysUnloadDll"="1"
However todays this thing does not work - I hope no-one is using Win95 or Win98... :D
"For operating systems prior to Windows 2000, you can shorten the inactive period by adding this registry key."
So, this does nothing on WIndows 2000 or XP.
How and is there somewhere specified the time, for witch is the dll kept in memory in Win2k/XP...? And it is editable by regedit or one has to go low-level and user resource hacker or even HEX editor...?