Analyze > Silence Finder and Analyze > Sound Finder. I think one of those can do that.
Snaps, pops and holes are almost always a sign that the computer isn’t powerful enough to manage live audio. If you’re recording internet audio, the computer has to do it twice, once from the internet and then once again recording in Audacity. It quickly separates powerful machines from the others.
Here’s a picture of the settings that I have found to be the most effective…
I have to be careful not to select parts of a song that are too quiet or they sound warbly if the Truncate Silence effect is used on them. If there are any soundwave breaks in those parts I just zoom in by selecting the area where I hear it (or see it) and then use the [Ctrl] +  shortcut to zoom in and then just delete the area between the break.
This Truncate Silence effect works great! Thank you again. MAJOR time saver.