Display Changer II 1.0.3 + Display Changer 4.3.2 | 3/3.3 Mb
Change the resolution of any display (width, height, color depth, refresh rate, scaling, and rotation) permanently or only while a specific application is running. Display Changer II can also clone (duplicate), extend, add, detach, and rearrange the displays in a multiple-monitor setup. This is useful for presentations with laptops as well as games and home theater computers. Unlike Display Changer, which uses command line switches to specify settings and must be run once for each monitor, Display Changer II uses XML files to specify your monitor configurations.
Now, Display Changer II does much more. It can change the resolution permanently and rearrange the monitors in a multiple-monitor setup. This new application can also duplicate (clone) your monitors, extend the desktop to multiple monitors, configure only the primary PC screen, and configure only the secondary screen. Instead of switches, Display Changer II uses configuration files to specify display settings. It can create configuration files from existing settings, which eliminates the need for you to edit the files yourself.
Display Changer II changes your desktop width, height, color depth, refresh rate, and rotation temporarily or permanently (via a configuration file). Display Changer II can run another application in a specific display resolution and return to the previous resolution when the application finishes. The configuration file lets you specify every setting for each monitor.
Display Changer II 1.0.3 :(Supports 32- and 64-bit Windows 7, 8, and later)
Display Changer 4.3.2:(Supports 32- and 64-bit for Windows and Console)
changelog :Display Changer II
January , 2014
Display Changer II uses the new APIs in Windows 7 (and later) to configure displays. It includes support for cloning displays and uses configuration files instead of switches for resolution settings. The alpha release will be published this week.