Do you want to block 60fps on the YouTube video player? Because your computer uses too much CPU and memory? Then you are on the correct help page to block the 60fps on all YouTube videos. This feature remove the 60fps for video quality such as 720p, 1080p, and higher. To use get this feature, you must install the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension. It is a free and best open-source tool that you can download on our official website.

How Block 60fps?

Follow the steps here below on how you can enable this feature in your web browser:

For Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge

  1. Click right on the gray lamp button in your favorite web browser
  2. You see a context menu show up and choose Options in the list
  3. The Turn Off the Lights Options page will show up in a new tab, and you are on the Basics tab
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the web page, and enable the checkbox “Block 60fps
Block 60fps on YouTube videos

For Safari

  1. Open the “Turn Off the Lights for Safari” app from the Launchpad
  2. A click on the button Options in the window
  3. The Turn Off the Lights Options page will show up in a new tab, and you are on the Basics tab
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the web page, and enable the checkbox “Block 60fps

If you experience any issues, try to disable the other browser extensions you are using one by one except the Turn Off the Lights browser extension. Because other Browser extensions can be incompatible with our feature.


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