I was searching why rundll32.exe process is running on my system, when I found out the information that it acts as a container to run dll as application / exe. I cannot comprehend a reason / use case in which I would want a dll to be run as application. Aren't libraries just meant to provide functional support rather than running as an individual application?

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    You specify the actual use of the executable, in your own question, there isn't a reason beyond the one you stated. – Ramhound Jan 28 '16 at 11:32

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