You should not be surprised to find datamngr.dll running on your computer if there are certain browser extensions installed on your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome browsers. As research shows, the file may be installed onto your computer together with bundled downloads; for example, once you acquire a new toolbar. The dynamic link library component is created as a disk process on your computer and can be found in various locations, most commonly under %PROGRAMFILES%. The file can be linked to a number of different browser extensions. If you want to learn more about the file or you wish to find out how to remove datamngr.dll – continue reading.
If you do not want third party programs to collect your private data or track your browsing habits, you have one solution – software removal. If you delete datamngr.dll only, your computer will be littered with unnecessary components. What is more, it may be difficult to find and remove this particular file if you do not have previous experience. We recommend uninstalling unnecessary toolbars and browser add-ons to get rid of the component. Please follow manual removal instructions provided below. Note that if you suspect the component running alongside malware, you should install automatic malware detection and removal software.
Delete unwanted add-ons from the browsers
Delete unwanted programs from the computer