Do you think that you will be able to “navigate the internet with ease” when using Faster Light? Even though this is a promise that the developer of the application gives you, we recommend removing the advertisement-supported program instead of trusting it. The program cannot offer you beneficial services, and its true purpose is to present random third-party offers. In fact, it is most likely that this adware has been created as a platform for third-party advertisers, and so you should not expect the app to do anything else but display various advertisements. Do you want to terminate the avalanche of ads? Then you need to delete Faster Light.
Faster Light is associated with SuperWeb LLC. Are you familiar with this company? It is linked to Web Tripp, Browser Nail, Hold Page, Daring Deals, and other advertisement-supported programs that should be deleted. All of these programs install their own tracking cookies and allow the installation of third-party cookies. This is not a secret; however, not many Faster Light users know about this. If you do not want your private information collected by other parties, you should remove these tracking cookies. Of course, it is most likely that the suspicious ads will cease flooding your browsers only if you remove Faster Light extensions. You may have to delete the add-on from IE, Firefox, and Chrome browsers.
It is unlikely that Faster Light will be the only program that you will need to delete from your PC. The threat is usually spread using software bundles presented by unreliable software distributors who promote unreliable programs. Have you discovered them on your operating system already? You definitely should delete these programs right away. Keep in mind that some threats may be silent and run secretly. To detect them, you can employ a malware scanner. In general, it is likely that other threats are active if your PC is running disorderly, if you face the unstoppable "Ads by Faster Light", and if you notice other kinds of suspicious activity.
Most users choose between two popular removal options. Some users immediately install automatic malware removal software. This option is usually chosen by inexperienced computer users and by those whose operating systems are affected by other threats. The manual malware removal option is the more complicated one. Even though you may successfully delete Faster Light from your PC using the guides below, there is no way to predict whether the removal of other threats will be just as straightforward.
Delete from Windows XP:
Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Delete from Windows 8: