This plugin hasnt been tested with the latest three major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
The plugin allows you to disable/enable plugins and/or activate a default theme for checking conflict between them only for your IP; other users won’t see any changes during the tests.
It is made for developers, techical support engineers, as well as for regular WordPress users. Sometimes, usually after updating your plugins, themes or WordPress installation, strange issues may appear and mess the things up. This plugin provides a really neat way to check the problem.
I installed this plugin but got no information from it. It gives me a list of my plugins, indicating if they are active or not (I think that's what it means). There is no way to say 'run now' and no indication that I have no conflicts - it just seems to do nothing.
Two requests in support for assistance have not been answered so this plugin is coming down - I hope that is easily done...
Developer explained what was going on when it was trying to install in another place. At first, I thought this was a shady plugin. I still think that the information should be transparent from the beginning before installation and later very well explained if it is trying to do something like to install itself in another directory as a MU plugin (which I didn't even know existed).
I raise my rating but still think all this should be explained well before so that once more users are not confused because of strange plugin behaviors if those are not very clearly advertised before.