Use the default distraction list, import existing categories of websites, or create your own custom block lists. Add an unlimited number of websites to as many block lists as you want.
Block specific URLs
Block keywords using wildcards
Block the entire internet
When a website is blocked, you'll see a motivational quote to remind you that you should be working. The block page can be customized in the pro version.
Games and other distracting applications can be blocked alongside websites.
Block by file
Block Windows 10 apps
Block window titles
Frozen Turkey is a type of block that you can use to lock, log off or shutdown your computer. This feature makes it easy to schedule time away from your workstation for a break or a quick walk.
Click and drag directly on the schedule to add a block. The schedule will automatically repeat every week. Set it up once and forget about it.
To prevent yourself from easily disabling the block, you can choose to lock your block. A locked block will automatically prevent you from being able to disable the extension or uninstall Blocker.
Password Pro Only
You aren't a robot. Take some breaks while working to help keep you refreshed and focused for when it's time to get stuff done.
Keep track of what you spend time on. Discover what your top websites and applications are and let the data guide your decision on what to block.
Your settings and statistics are only stored on your computer. Selling personal data is not part of our business model (because it's not collected!) and never will be. You can also delete and export your statistics in a JSON file.
Use a shared computer? In the pro version, you can choose which user accounts are affected by the block.
An application password can be set in order to prevent other users from viewing settings or making changes.
If you're an advanced user and found a workaround, there's probably a way to prevent it here.
Block time changes
Block the task manager
Block embedded content
Command line interface