In addition, I want to make a clarification concerning the issues you mentioned with the 1-Click Answers feature:
-The window you summon when alt-clicking provides all the features and sources offered at Answers.com; in essence, you are simply summoning Answers.com to appear with information you have requested (so it is not only Houghton Mifflin and Wikipedia, but all other reference sources listed for that topic).
-Concerning the Answers.com toolbar in IE: You have a choice whether to opt for this or not when downloading the product (as well as opting out of the Answers bar and TodayÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Highlights updates).
To get rid of the Answers toolbar:
A. To stop it from showing, open IE, click View, Toolbars and deselect the Answers.com Toolbar.
B. To completely uninstall just the IE toolbar:
1. Close all open IE windows, as well as 1-Click Answers
2. Open the Control Panel and run Internet Options
3. Choose the Programs tab
4. Click the Manage Add-ons button
5. Select the 1-Click Answers entry (should be at/near the top), then click the Disable radio button (in the settings section)
6. Click OK