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Active users of YouTube have the tendency to open multiple links simultaneously, causing all the videos to be buffered and played at the same time, which can not only be extremely annoying, but unfortunately, there is no option in YouTube to prevent this from happening. Also, in playlist mode, the next video auto-plays once the current video ends. Youtube Autoplay Disabled, a Chrome extension, can be of great help, as it disables the YouTube autoplay feature and prevents the next video from being played. The extension works automatically once installed, preventing the video from getting played and buffered. Once the autoplay is disabled for a video, click anywhere on a page to watch the video. The extension conveniently allows you to save up on bandwidth by preventing pre-buffering.

Once you’ve installed the extension, you’ll notice that the control buttons for the videos on YouTube disappear and there is no pre-buffering. With this extension, you can open as many videos as you want without having to control them. In order to start a video, click anywhere on the page, and enjoy streaming without having to worry about other videos being played at the same time.


The extension is not only favorable for bandwidth preservation, but also for a better YouTube experience in playlists. To disable YouTube auto-play, install the extension from the link below.

Install YouTube Autoplay Disabled For Chrome

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