Alternatives to Dependency Walker utility

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Hello Guys,

I have been using a free utility named Dependency Walker, that scans any 64 bit Windows module & builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules. It is very useful, for troubleshooting system errors related to executing modules. I need to know, whether there is any better similar utility or alternatives to Dependency Walker.

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George J Layton

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Alternatives to Dependency Walker utility

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No it's the only program of its kind .It's the best known program to scan 32 bit and 64 bit modules. Some programs are available but their work is just the subset of what is done by dependency walker. So you should keep going with it. Every new version comes with increased functionality like MSDN 8.0 external help included in 2.2.

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Alternatives to Dependency Walker utility

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Dependency Walker is a free tool designed to scan any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module like EXE, DLL, OCX, SYS, and others and creates a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules. This free utility works on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 including Windows Server 2003.

If you have Windows 10, you can try if it works since it runs on Windows 8. If you still want this, you can download the latest version: Dependency Walker 2.2. If you want an alternative, check out PE Explorer. It is designed to inspect the inner workings of your own application and specifically other third-party Windows software and libraries that you don’t have source code.

With this, you can edit, view, and reverse engineer DLL and EXE files. Another good alternative is Dependencies. It is a rewrite to the old, legacy software called “depends.exe” in C# for Microsoft Windows developers designed to troubleshoot DLL load dependencies issues.

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