Fix IE Utility
Fix IE Utility is a tiny and portable program whose sole purpose is to re-register missing DLL (Dynamic Link Library) and OCX (Object Linking and Embedding Control Extension) files that are required by specific Internet Explorer add-ons to work smoothly.
Instead of going through the trouble of working with a Command Prompt dialog to manually register DLLs and OCX, especially when you're not very experienced with command lines, Fix IE Utility offers a simpler alternative, by automatizing the entire process.
As installation is not a requirement, you can simply drop the executable file anywhere on the computer and click it to run. It is also possible to move Fix IE Utility to a USB flash disk or similar storage unit, in order to run it on any computer without prior installers.
What's more, Fix IE Utility does not add extra entries to the Windows registry section, or leave behind files on the hard drive after removing it from the computer.
The interface is represented by a small, feature-limited window, with two buttons assigned to running the task and exiting the application. Note that all Internet Explorer instances must be closed before running Fix IE Utility. The tool instantly creates entries and connections for the DLL and OCX files in the registry, serving its purpose without error.
As expected from such a small utility, Fix IE Utility barely uses CPU and RAM, so it doesn't burden system performance. No error dialogs have been shown in our tests, and the tool did not hang or crash.