Simple but efficient, this program can kill annoying pop-up messages and windows in a flash. ClickOff offers a nonobtrusive, uncomplicated interface that you can minimize to your system tray. In our tests, we found it easy to add a window or dialog box to ClickOff's list of triggers, since it automatically detects opened windows. You can specify additional parameters, such as which particular button you want to be clicked in dialog boxes; or if a window contains a certain text, you can configure ClickOff to use it as a trigger to automatically close the window. Novices will surely appreciate the easy-to-follow wizard for adding windows or dialog boxes that will activate ClickOff's features. All users who are tired of closing annoying pop-up windows and error boxes will truly find benefits from this free program.
What's new in version 1.90
ReleaseDecember 30, 2012
Date AddedDecember 31, 2012
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 7, Windows XP
ClickOff is a program, which does a daily and very annoying task for you: click buttons on useless notification and error-messages. It is very easy to use: If a message like "Are you sure you want to exit" shows up, you start the window-detection of clickoff and point on the button you want to be clicked if the message shows up again - "Yes" in this case. If an ad-popup shows up it can be directly added to the list via hotkey or tray menu. Parts of a window title can be replaced by wildcards so that one entry can close several windows with similar titles. You can also set the text of message as a condition whether a button should be clicked or not. ClickOff waits in the system-tray next to your clock until one of its target windows shows up and then clicks the desired button. A browser popup will just be closed. Before a button is clicked or a window is closed, ClickOff can wait for a certain time allowing the user to click a button before it is automatically clicked.