Alexa Toolbar description:
Alexa's Toolbar is a Browser Helper Object (BHO),
installed with Microsoft Internet Explorer. may track your web browsing and search information. Alexa technology uses a web crawler (bot) only when the toolbar is in use. Although Alexa wouldn't attempt to analyze the data it may collect about you to determine who you are, some of your information collected by the software may be personally identifiable.
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Alexa Toolbar manual removal:
All versions of the Alexa Toolbar have an
uninstall feature. It will be located in
different places, depending on which version you
Alexa Toolbar 7 or
Alexa Toolbar 6, click on the
small down arrow by the Alexa logo on the toolbar
and select Uninstall Alexa from the drop down
To uninstall Alexa Toolbar 5, click on the
round '?' button on the Alexa toolbar and
select Uninstall Alexa from the drop down menu.
To uninstall Alexa Toolbar 4, open the Alexa
sidebar, click on Help, and select Uninstall
Alexa Toolbars 4, 5, and 6 may also be
uninstalled using your computer's Add/Remove
Programs feature. Open your Windows Start menu,
go to Settings, click on Control Panel, and then
double click on Add/Remove Programs. Click on
Alexa and then click the remove button. The next
time you open a new browser window, the toolbar
should be gone.
To uninstall Alexa Toolbar 1.4.1 (the version
for Netscape Navigator), click on Start >
Programs > Alexa > Uninstall. Then follow
the on-screen steps.
To remove the Alexa Snapshot link from your
links bar, simply delete it.
However, a few of registry entries
may be left
behind deleting. You can ask for Spyware Doctor to clean up.
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