Find .dll loaded by a process | .exe

The Command Line tool allows to find quickly which .dll are loaded.


  1. Go to Start Menu and type cmd.exe
  2. Execute cmd.exe with Run as administrator
  3. Type tasklist -m
We can see all the .dll used by a process ([imageName | PID | modules] table).

If you are looking for a particular process, there is a filter option -fi where imagename eq mmc.exe

If you want to have all options available, type TASKLIST /?


Find the function calls for .dll | .exe

If you are curious, you can explore the functions and calls used by a .dll file or .exe with Dependency Walker. “Dependency Walker is part of several Microsoft products, such as Visual Studio, Visual C++, Visual Basic, Windows 2000/XP/2003 support tools, etc.

You just need to point to the file you want (CTRL+O):

Hope this helps!

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