"I downloaded library from (http://www.xmlsoft.org/), but how to install these flat files on windows . "
Yet again you're determined to make life difficult for yourself. From the page you claim to have visited:
"The precompiled Windows binaries made by Igor Zlatovic are available in the win32 directory."
Read and understand what people tell you, and what websites actually say, especially when it's relevant to the platform specific notes for the tool you're trying to use. If you're either unwilling or unable to do so, consider paying someone to complete this task for you.
You already have an open thread, why are you replying to a post from ten years ago?
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