Cool, seems useful for older games that store the .dll files in their directory (correct?), it's not needed for "C:\Windows\System32" & "C:\Windows\SysWOW64" folders to check them right? As they are the up to date ones? Also wondering, do the installers above (Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable) replace the .dll's in "C:\Windows\System32" and "WOW64" to just one copy of their latest version? Do I have to worry about old leftover files and duplicates in those folders? Also I would either make a new thread about your program and/or get it edited in the OP, it's good but no one will see it otherwise.