Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a search website that may redirect users to a search engine like Bing to be able to provide them with search results. Our researchers say that the website might be spread with a browser extension called Fast Power EcoSearch that is classified as a potentially unwanted program. Thus, if your default search engine got replaced with the discussed search engine, you likely have installed the mentioned browser extension. You can learn more about both of these applications if you read the rest of this report. Also, if you slide a bit below the main text, you can find our removal guide that shows how to erase by deleting Fast Power EcoSearch manually. If you are not interested in learning how to delete the potentially unwanted programs, we recommend getting a reputable antimalware tool that could get rid of them for you. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to use the comments section available at the end of this page.

As said earlier, could be spread with a browser extension called that same as the search website is classified as a potentially unwanted program. Researchers say that the extension itself could be distributed through unreliable file-sharing websites, pop-ups, and ads. Also, it seems to be available on the Chrome Web Store page at the moment of writing. Meaning, if you want to avoid potentially unwanted programs alike, you have to be cautious whether you are on a trustworthy website or not. We recommend researching all software to learn about it as much as possible before making your final decision about whether it ought to be installed. A reputable antimalware tool could also be of assistance as it should be able to identify potentially unwanted programs and warn you about them as well as about malicious content.

If Fast Power EcoSearch is installed, the user’s default search engine should be replaced with According to the extension’s description, its provided search engine might display results with Bing or Yahoo, so if you enter a keyword into the, you could get redirected to or Our researchers say that the extension does not use modified versions of the mentioned search engines at the moment of writing, which could allow it to inject search results with ads. Nonetheless, it does not mean that the potentially unwanted program cannot show third-party ads. As you see, the application may require permission to view your browsing history, which could contain data that would help show you more tempting or, in other words, targeted ads. Besides, the extension’s Privacy Policy says that it can use gathered data to “Improve the marketing and user experience.”

If you do not like that your default search engine got replaced with or do not like having a potentially unwanted program on your system, you could erase Fast Power EcoSearch. One of the ways to get rid of it is to access your browser’s settings. Since the potentially unwanted program seems to be compatible only with Google Chrome, the removal guide available below shows how to delete and Fast Power EcoSearch from this browser only. The other way to get rid of both of these applications is to scan your computer with a reliable antimalware tool of your choice.

Erase by deleting Fast Power EcoSearch

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Press ALT+F.
  3. Tap on More Tools and select Extensions.
  4. Choose Fast Power EcoSearch.
  5. Press Remove.
  6. Click Remove again to finish.

In non-techie terms: is a search engine that comes with a potentially unwanted program called Fast Power EcoSearch. It is a browser extension that is advertised as a tool that can provide a search engine that can load search results in advance, which is supposed to help users find the things that they might be looking for faster. What users should also know about the mentioned extension and its search engine is that they might require permission to gather your browsing history. It means that the applications could collect information like visited websites, clicked ads, search keywords, etc. Moreover, users ought to know that the discussed search website might redirect them to Bing or Yahoo because it might not be able to show search results itself. If you do not find this tool useful or like the idea that it could read your browsing history, you could eliminate Our researchers say that users can do so by deleting the extension it works with. For this task, you could employ a reputable antimalware tool or use the removal guide placed above.