Runtime Static vs Dynamic Linking

So, I use Boost libraries in a Windows unmanaged C++ project.

If I use Dynamic linking and redistribute the executable to another windows system, I would have to provide the Boost dll and lib (import library) files. Either in the same zipped up directory or installed to %PATH%, e.g. system32, using an installer program.

Refer to explanation in Safari in:
C++ Cookbook

Recipe 1.23. Specifying a Runtime Library Variant

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