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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application

Open Downloader Manager

Open Download Manager is a desktop program which is presented as the world’s fastest download manager and accelerator. The application is available on its official websites, but it is also possible to acquire it in other ways. If you are not sure why Open Download Manager is on your PC, it suggests that you might have installed it alongside other free programs. The installer available at opendownloadmanager.com does not provide any terms of use or the license agreement, which implies that there might be something questionable about this program. Some computer users claim that Open Download Manager installs adware and browser extension, and if you are one of them, then take action to remove the unwanted applications from the system.

No changes have been noticed on our computers after installing Open Download Manager. However, Open Download Manager may provide you with some additional programs. According to the privacy policy, when installing the program, you may be provided with offers. Here is how the statement looks like:

Installation. During the installation process, we will present you with Offers. You may choose not to accept our Offers.

It is very important that you pay attention to the programs that are offered in order not to install applications which you do not know or which have poor ratings. A lot of software developers may seek to promote their products, which sometimes are sponsored by advertisers. In order to prevent unwanted toolbars, coupons and various advertisements, do not hurry to install the additional programs. If Open Download Manager suggests installing a program whose privacy policy does not satisfy you, decline the installation of the program.

Bear in mind that the developers of Open Download Manager may monitor how you use their product. A browser cookie may be sent to your browser in order to record your Internet service provider, the URLs of the websites that you visit, details about the computer hardware and other non-personally identifiable information.

Open Download Manager is categorized as a potentially unwanted program, and if you have already noticed that you are being disturbed with its partners’ advertisements, take action to get rid of the unwanted program. In order to remove Open Download Manager from the computer, follow the instructions below.

Having completed the removal of Open Download Manager or some other unwanted programs, do not forget to scan the computer. We recommend that you implement the scanner available below because it can easily examine the system and provide you with quick scan results.

How to remove Open Download Manager

Windows 8

  1. Press Win+R and type in control panel.
  2. Click OK.
  3. Select Uninstall a program.
  4. Remove Open Download Manager.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Select Add or Remove Programs and uninstall the unwanted application.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel and select Uninstall a program.
  3. Remove the unwanted application.
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How to manually remove Open Downloader Manager

Files associated with Open Downloader Manager infection:

Setup_ODM.exe

Open Downloader Manager processes to kill:

Setup_ODM.exe
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Comments

  1. John Nov 4, 2014

    all this information is useless. open download manager does not appear in the uninstall programs list

  2. Craig Dec 10, 2014

    Agreed; complexly useless

  3. Not a moron Apr 30, 2015

    Um yes it does im looking at it right now.

  4. Anonymous Aug 3, 2015

    Thanks for the help!

  5. Jesse Oct 29, 2015

    This program hijacked my taskbar, start menu, Cortana. None of them would work and I kept getting a Critical Error every time I started my computer. It also corrupted my system restore points. I am running Windows 10. It may have also messed with my MBR as I'm having a problem reinstalling Windows 7. Do not download this program!

  6. Bobby Nov 16, 2015

    Go to programs in your C drive and find Opendownload Manager folder. In the file it will have an uninstall option, click it and it will remove from computer

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