DLL file replication in multiple folders

Every product by Topaz has its own folder (e.g.):
C:\Program Files\Topaz Labs LLC\Topaz DeNoise AI
and in that folder are 66 DLL files consuming 1.2 Gigabytes.
The same DLL files are repeated in each of the folders.
If, instead, you had a common folder for DLL files, it would save several gigabytes of space.
Now, I have a 140 TB drive array, so you might imagine I would not care about wasted space.
But every little gigabyte counts.
Some people might have small disks of only a few hundred gigabytes and that would be a problem for them.
I am a software engineer myself, and we do not repeat the DLL files (or shared objects on POSIX) in order not to waste space.

I will say that I am very glad to see the Nvidia DLL files in the product, since I have two NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER cards in the machine that I use for photo processing. Good on you for that one.

What a great idea.