Read this, this gives the whole nine yards about the C-Dilla License Management System. I would remove it if I were you, but it is your choice. I don't know if this software is necessary for your computer, I doubt it will affect any of your programs. The best route to go is to set a system checkpoint in system restore, then uninstall it. If any of your games or interactive websites stop functioning, roll back to the system checkpoint you made. There were mixed messages that I found, from games stopping working, to this being a spying utility. Go ahead and remove it after a sys ckpt, then if everything checks out, then it's A-OK! Hope this helps.