dlgli.exe - Useless
Manual removal instructions:
Suspected Adware/Foistware: BackWeb Client
Backweb is a background downloading tool that software vendors can distribute with their product to download data (product updates) to the user's machines.
It's operation depends on the instructions given to it by the individual software vendor who bundles it.
But usually, users have associated it with the appearance of unwanted advertising windows.
May comes with Western Digital's Data Lifeline software.
WD Data Lifeline BackWeb Lite Installer (DLGLI.EXE)
This appears to use the BackWeb product to quietly install unknown items to your computer.
When installing Western Digital Data Lifeline, a reference to DLGLI.EXE is placed in the Windows Startup folder so that it is loaded at startup.
Similar to the Gator install stub, the software slowly downloads ("trickles") the software onto the system.
More recently, the BackWeb client was caught installing with Logitech mouse drivers for purposes unknown.
There is a popup message: "It's Wednesday! Time to update your mouse driver again!! Yah right." The installed file is Iadhide3.dll.
Also, it is installed with Kodak digital camera sync software as a software updater.
How to remove:
If you did not know who install this product, or are noticing unwanted advertisements appearing on your computer, you can try disabling or removing this product.
Backweb does not come with an uninstall option.
Use RegRun Startup Optimizer to get rid of this item.
Startup Optimizer will kill DLGLI.EXE process in memory and will remove from startup. After that you may delete its files.
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