Program DLL Dependency with Dependency Walker on Windows 8
How to use Dependency Walker to inspect a program on Windows 8? I want to know what DLL libraries are used by Firefox.
You can inspect a program with Dependency Walker that allows you see what DLL libraries are used by each process.
To inspect a program and find out its dependent modules (DLLs, Drivers, etc), you can follow these steps:
1. Double click on C:\fyicenter\ProcessExplorer\depends.exe to start Dependency Walker.
2. Click "File > Open" menu to open the program you want to inspect, for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
3. Review the dependent modules tree. For example, click "MOZGLUE.DLL", details of MOZGLUE.DLL are displayed.
The top section displays all DLLs as a dependency tree representing the relation of one DLL invokes other DLLs.
The second section displays all DLLs in a simple list sequentially.
The picture below shows you the Dependency Walker screen showing DLLs
of the Firefox process: of the Performance Graph tab on Process Explorer
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