Apr 10, 2008
SY Wong

Download Toggle Flash to Disable Adobe Flash in Internet Explorer 7

Adobe Flash usage is common especially in today’s famous website such as Google Video or YouTube to enhance visual experience with animation and multimedia playback. However, sometimes it could be annoying and unnecessary especially when you want to spend limited time for more efficient web surfing. If you are looking for way to get rid of it, here is a good solution for you. Known as Toogle Flash, it is a simple add-on utility that can help to temporarily filter and turn off Adobe’s Flash functionality with few simple clicks.

The tiny application is only 188kB and user can download it handy to be used immediately. Once download is completed, user will need to close the Internet Explorer before installing the application. Upon installing, just launch the Internet Explorer back and the Toggle Flash button will appear on the command bar. The control is pretty straight forward, just click on the button to enable the filter and subsequent click will bring the flash back in case you need to view it any time.

The utility is suitable for Windows Operating systems running with Internet Explorer 7. Since it is useful and free of charge, no harm to get Toggle Flash for effective web browsing in Internet Explorer 7 now. Most importantly, it will help to free up some of your CPU utilization for other tasks when the flash is not running on the websites.

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