Editor: At a time when I was unable to find a suitable freeware pop-up stopper, I wrote this utility to kill popups being generated by my voip software applications. Some software will not run properly if you do not allow the popup to occur therefore NoPopUp does not Prevent the popup; it simply closes the popup after the predetermined number of seconds that you define. Also to allow a program's functionality , NoPopUp is purposely designed not close minimized or hidden windows.
NoPopUp downloads and runs as a single executable file, leaving no unneeded files on your system and needing no unzip or installation methods.
To start using NoPopUp, just click on the downlink below and run or save and run.
After telling NoPopUp the title name, NoPopUp closes the offending popup window for you. Multiple popup windows with the same name can be singled out and closed according to their window size. If you want NoPopUp to close only one or more windows with the same beginning title name, just enter the word "TEST" for the window size and NoPopUp will prompt you to identify the offending popup window. For Setup and options, right click on the NoPopUp icon at the bottom right of your screen for more options.
NoPopUp has a built-in utility to generate its own startup and start, program links. NoPopUp contains no spyware and can be safely removed from within its own menu and then deleted.
The freeware version of NoPopUp will close a single title named window or multiple windows with the same beginning title name. The registered, PAID version will close up to seven different title named or sized defined popup windows.
The cost to upgrade is a modest cost of $5.99, paid via your PayPal or Credit card. If NoPopUp works well for you, please upgrade and use it to its full potential. The upgrade price is subject to change.
NoPopUp is designed to run on XP and Vista. It is untested on other versions of Windows.
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in NoPopUp 1.07
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.