Amazing App For Controlling Screen Resolutions On Your Mac

SwitchResX for Mac

SwitchResX 4.12.0

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of SwitchResX 4.12.0.

For those interested in downloading the most recent release of SwitchResX for Mac or reading our review, simply click here.

All old versions distributed on our website are completely virus-free and available for download at no cost.

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What's new in this version:

- Allows to display the resolutions in main menu with the different frequencies in submenus. Also allows to sort the resolutions hierarchically in the preferences application
- Shows a full featured contextual menu with all options again, but separated from the Finder contextual menu, and shown with command key pressed on the Finder desktop
- Changes the look for brightness and underscan sliders in the menus
- Adds some properties to AppleScript dictionary when managing the DisplaySets
- Solves an issue where settings from a Display Set couldn't be applied from AppleScript any more
- Solves an issue where new created custom resolutions would not show in the list after reboot, on M1 Macs
- Tries to be smarter when reading settings and matching displays for configuration with identical displays
- Solves an issue where all displays would be noted having a notch if the first display has a notch (M1 Macs only, obviously)
- Solves an issue when trying to get resolutions parameters on resolutions with similar frequencies
- Solves an issue when the display number was added twice to the display name
- Solves an issue where the brightness was not correctly set and not correctly recorded in AppleScript editor
- Solves an issue where SwitchResX would save Finder icons positions before resolution changes, even if not asked, and this would lead to long response times on macOS 12+