nengine.dll Removal Guide

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It is not enough to stress how important it is to check the background of programs you install on your computer. Even if it may seem that the program you are about to install is absolutely safe, there is still no guarantee that you will not experience various security-related drawbacks. For example, if you install Mobogenie, you will also install a file called nengine.dll. It is a dynamic link library file which is detected as “NewNext Helper Engine” by at least several antimalware scanners. Nengine.dll is not a malicious computer infection, but it would be for the best to remove it from the PC to ensure complete safety.

The size of nengine.dll is 1.2MB and it is usually located at %AppData% directory. No matter how you download and install Mobogenie onto your computer, nengine.dll will be installed automatically, because it is part of the program’s setup. Thus, in order to terminate nengine.dll, it is necessary to remove Mobogenie first.

Hence, it is important to point out how Mobogenie enters your computer. First, there is the official website for the application download at If the program is downloaded from the official website, it will not display any third party advertisements or hijack your browser. What is more, Mobogenie from the official website can be uninstalled via Control Panel without leaving any leftovers in your system.

However, if you happen to have installed Mobogenie bundled with freeware, then it is an entirely different story. Based on our research, Mobogenie can come bundled with Torn TV (from, OpenCandy, Conduit, Quick Downloader, YouTubeAdblocker, Mipony, ExpressFiles, WeDownload Manager, SecretSauce and a number of other freeware applications. What is more, if you use torrent applications, you are bound to see Mobogenie advertisements as well.

If nengine.dll came bundled with other applications, it means you will have to remove a lot of programs than you have initially thought. You may also think that there is no harm in keeping nengine.dll on your computer, since Mobogenie is not a direct computer security threat. However, this is not a very good idea, because quite a few computer security experts classify Mobogenie as potentially unwanted programs, while nengine.dll is labeled as adware.

Adware may not be immediate computer threat, but in the long it can expose you to various security risks which should not be ignored. Thus, remove Mobogenie from your computer right now, and then scan the system with a powerful computer security application, to check whether nengine.dll was really terminated during manual removal. If not, get yourself an antimalware tool that will remove all the potentially unwanted applications and safeguard your PC against any potential threats.

How to terminate nengine.dll

Windows 8

  1. Slide mouse cursor to the bottom right of the desktop.
  2. Wait for Charm bar to appear and then click Settings.
  3. Go to Control Panel and select Uninstall a program.
  4. Highlight Mobogenie and click Uninstall.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Click Start menu button and go to Control Panel.
  2. Open Uninstall a program and remove Mobogenie.

Windows XP

  1. Open Start menu and go to Settings.
  2. Click Control Panel and open Add or remove programs.
  3. Uninstall Mobogenie.
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