By Voros Innovation
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Flash Stopper stops unwanted Flash processes and frees up your system resources!
+Both 32 & 64 bit supported
+Manual Flash Kill command removes all Flash processes from your computer
+Greatly improves battery life
+Reduces CPU load
+Minimal memory and CPU requirement
Easy to use User Interface:
+Autostart option at startup
+Dock icon can be hidden
+Intuitive menubar control
+Dock & Menubar icon fade when inactive
+Browsers can be individually controlled
+By enabling 'Stop Flash' in the menu bar, Stops/Pauses Flash that is in the background (ie. in browser windows that are not active)
+By choosing 'Kill Flash' in the menu bar, ALL Flash processes will be terminated regardless whether they are actively shown or not
IMPORTANT: If you have any issues, please contact us directly! We reply to all emails within 24 hours.
What's New in Version 1.7
+Previous version occasionally popped up an unwanted advertising message
Thrashing System with many spinning pizzas and hesitations
When switching back and forth from a text editor or Mail.app TO Safari, Safari hiccuped. Hesitations and many spinning pizzas. Clicks in Safari sometimes ignored for several seconds.
I thought this was going to be the answer to my prayers to stop the annoying auto-starting videos on several of the tech websites. (MacWorld in particular, but several others also sin.)
However, it only works on one page at a time. Going to a different page on the same website, starts the Auto-Start video AGAIN. Certainly NOT worth the price paid, and I just wish there was a return policy for apps that don’t fulfill their promise.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Oct 26, 2011
- Version: 1.7
- Size: 0.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Voros Innovation & Business Services Pty Ltd
- © 2011 Voros Innovation
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor