TOtL what does this mean on the internet? This is an abbreviation for the “Turn Off the Lights” browser extension, that’s available for Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Maxthon, and Yandex. Turn Off the Lights is a registered mark. It’s a secondary meaning on the internet as a browser extension and app in the categories “Information technology (IT) and computers”.
Turn Off the Lights is a browser extension that shows you a gray lamp button right in the toolbar or left in the toolbar bar depending on the type of browser you are using. And when you click on the gray lamp button, it dims the web page and highlights automatically the video player. This extension is for all video sites such as YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Youku, etc.
There is also a Turn Off the Lights Windows Store app for Windows users. That is available for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 operating system. Where the app gives you a comfortable cinema browser with all the tools you need. Example there is a button to activate the AutoHD, AutoWide mode, Replay the video on YouTube and many more.
On top of the application, you see the known address and search bar. And with the basic buttons to go to the next or previous web page. Right of the address bar you see the white lamp button, this to dims the web page and to automatically focus the HTML5 video on the current web page.
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