This is a great plug-in, making it very easy to one-click disable all active plugins, and one-click re-activate them.
My one concern, before testing it, was whether I'd be able to individually enable a few plugins, and still be able to later one-click enable all the others that were previously enabled. When troubleshooting it's ofter necessary to have a least a few plugins active for the process, either because that's the plug-in your trying to find compatibility issues with, or because you need that plugin running in order to even use the site as intended (like WooCommerce on a ecommerce site).
The short answer is, yes, you can one-by-one activate plugins as needed, and then bulk re-activate the remaining plugins.
Where has this tool been my whole life?
It makes troubleshooting faster instead of me manually “renaming” the plug-in folder.
I used to save a PDF of my active plugins just to keep track, but with this tool I can simply click on or off.
As a technical support engineer, I have to check and troubleshoot many issues for users. As there may have many plugins installed on user's site, I can not but check deactivating all the plugins once. So, it saves my time.
Thank a lot.