Download Manager Star is not an infection; however, it is a potentially unwanted program that you might choose to remove from your Windows operating system. If you install this PUP onto your PC, all downloads initiated via Firefox and IE browsers will be managed by it. Of course, if you install this program yourself, you must not mind this. However, if you have installed it by accident – and this is possible – we are sure that you want to delete Download Manager Star. Fortunately, this PUP is not some complicated infection that is difficult to remove. This removal guide explains how to eliminate this program, as well as lists the reasons why this might be necessary. Please read before you make the final decision.
Do you know where Download Manager Star has come from? Although downloadmanagerstar.com offers an installer, we know that this potentially unwanted program could be distributed via software bundles managed by third parties. In this case, the suspicious PUP is likely to come packaged with other programs, and they could be unreliable. A legitimate malware scanner can easily help you figure out which programs should be deleted from your operating system. Note that only reliable malware scanners can be trusted! There are plenty of bogus scanners set up by cyber criminals who may trick you into investing in fake malware removal software. We suggest using the scanner provided by SpyHunter because it is constantly updated to find even the most recent, new infections that require removal.
You do not need to waste your time with potentially unwanted and unreliable programs. We are sure that you can find a much better, more useful download manager, and we suggest deleting Download Manager Star first. Once you get rid of this potentially unwanted program, move on to the removal of the unwanted third-party software, if it exists. If you have no experience with manual removal, it is best to place the responsibility on security software that can clean your operating system from malware automatically. If you choose the manual removal option, you need to consider what you will do about your virtual security. Install antimalware software to ensure that you do not need to worry about further Windows protection.
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8 or Windows 8.1: