Is this a new computer? If so, I suggest that you contact Packard Bell and ask them how to properly remove it. I did some searching online, but came up empty handed.
Softex Omnipass is a program for protecting your passwords. I don't foresee any adverse effects if you remove it....it's only a program and isn't required to operate the computer. I think the difficulty with uninstalling it is that it may be (or can be) set up to ask for a password before the OS loads (although it may not actually do this, it appears that it can still be set to this option).HERE
is the companies website, where you can email them and ask them how to uninstall it. Before I did that, I'd contact PB to see if they can help (they should be able to).
With all that said, I'd also like to say that if you don't use the program, and it's not hurting anything or keeping anything from running like it should be, then you might just consider leaving it alone (if it ain't broke, don't fix it!). It's not taking up to much room no your hard drive, and not interfering with the operation of the computer or any programs.....so you might just want to "leave well enough alone!".
Wish I could be more help!
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