- System Process: Yes
- Background Process: Yes
- Application Process:No
- Common Path:
C:\ Program Files\ D-Link\ DGE-530T\ dlnetst.exe
- Uses Network:Yes
- Uses Internet:Yes
the D-Link DGE-530T PCI card uses the dlnetst.exe file as a launcher for its tray icon. The process dlnetst.exe or the D-Link system tray icon basically provides its users quick access for the configuration settings of the D-Link DGE 530T PCI card device. This process allows users to monitor the status of the PCI card device installed in their computers. The D-Link DGE 530T PCI card has the file dlnetst.exe to perform its tasks for server computers and workstations alike. The process dlnetst.exe supports the D-Link DGE 530T to work properly and to link computers in order for the users to exchange information or share access to a central store of information through a network. The legal author of the file dlnetst.exe is D-Link.
The D-Link Gigabit Desktop PCI Adapter (DGE-530T) delivers high performance wired network connectivity to the users PC. It can transfer files at speed 10 times faster than other Ethernet devices. Once connected, the user can access music, documents, movies and photos that are shared on the users network computers. The user can also access networks available high-speed Internet connection to check e-mail, browse the web, and chat online. The D-Link DGE-530T is commonly used for network connections to show shared documents, photos, and files on other computers on the network. The user can also copy and install programs from other computers through the network connection. The dlnetst.exe file can be obtained through the installer CD that comes with purchasing the hardware, or pre-installed beforehand. IN case of corruption, the dlnetst.exe program can be downloaded from several driver files hosting websites.
It has now become fairly common for people to have home computers can be connected to a network, or to the Internet through a phone line for dial-up, or a cable or DSL line. It is also possible to link home computers together on their own internal network to make use of common resources and share programs on different PCs to increase productivity.
This is a safe process. There is no necessity to remove this process from your system or change it in any way.