Pretty much so, but I would suggest that you quit when finished, back up your registry (or at least he keys to be removed) and then run AdAware again. Generally speaking Ad Aware is a reliable program.
The one registry bit i deleted was Alexa. I've heard of them before, so I deleted that. The other one which I think was the registry key was the Windows Media player unique ID thing. I decided to keep that.
Does that sound alright to any Adaware expert here?
"AdAware may false alarm, reporting Alexa when there is no significant problem in your machine. The existing Alexa/Show Related Links scare is a registry key, creating a menu item, pointing to a local web page, pointing to an MSN search page, which uses the Alexa engine."
Unless you specifically have another piece of software installed that also comes with Alexa then this key should not been seen again after your initial Adaware run.
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