Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Netflix playing the next episode automatically . Stop it Now


In August 2012, Netflix proclaimed another characteristic called Post-Play. The thought behind the characteristic was to make it simpler for those of us who fling on an enduring stream of scenes from the same TV arrangement. 

With Post-Play, Netflix will immediately start playing the following scene, without obliging any collaboration from the client. Each two scenes you're asked to affirm in any case you're viewing and haven't nodded off to rest. 

Similarly as with any characteristic, Post-Play isn't for everybody; yet as of not long ago, it was empowered as a matter of course with no possibility to get to Netflix clients to turn it off on streaming-underpinned mechanisms. Techhive initially reported in October 2013 that the alternative to cripple Post-Play might be advancing, in the end. Quick send and now Netflix has at long last empowered the setting, again as initially reported by Techhive. 

To incapacitate Post-Play if you not appreciate having an interminable stream of inconsiderate substance tossed at you, you'll have to log into your record on


Click on the Playback Settings link, found in the "Your Profile" category. Here you can edit the amount of data, or stream quality, Netflix will use with your account, as well as uncheck the box to disable Post-Play.

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