Start Process Explorer, and set the lower pane to display DLLs. Select process explorer.exe, and add column ASLR to the lower pane view. Then sort on column ASLR.
You will see this:
Notice that on a default Windows 7 32-bits install all DLLs (with code) support ASLR. The n/a is for resource DLLs, they don’t contain code, and ASLR doesn’t apply to them.
Now open an explorer window and right-click a file, like this:
This action will load the context menu shell extensions.
Take a look at Process Explorer:
Now you see the shell extensions without ASLR support.