The resolution switcher Apple forgot...
QuickRes 4.4 (11/30/16)
macOS 10.9 or later is required
What does QuickRes do?
QuickRes' resolution options on a 13-inch Macbook Pro with Touch Bar (2016)
QuickRes is the best way to switch between screen resolutions on your Mac 🖥
With any MacBook Pro with Retina Display, QuickRes will enable you to bypass Apple's restrictions and safely set your resolution all the way up to an extreme native 3840x2400 and on a 5K iMac you can reach the highest resolution of 7680x4320! With Macs that have legacy displays, you can set your resolutions to things you've never seen before, including a HiDPI mode, which is as close as you can get to a Retina Display on a standard monitor.
*Although we cannot confirm this, many users report better battery life and higher performance when using higher resolutions on computers with Retina displays
Us against the rest?
See what resolutions your Mac can change to with QuickRes!
||Got 'em! 💪🏽
|Free updates for life!
|Touch Bar Support?
Who's blogged about us?
Who uses QuickRes?
"You impress me greatly with this app... I can't tell you how badly I wanted this app from the moment I bought my Retina." - Steve Wozniak
"We use your software on our Macbook Pro's with Retina displays to allow users to properly display their screens on our conference room computers."
"QuickRes has a straightforward and no-nonsense approach that many users (including me) will appreciate and prefer. It’s a great tool for Retina MacBook Pro owners—and any other MacBook user—who needs to switch resolutions on a regular basis."
"If you want to switch resolutions quickly and easily from your Mac with a retina display or just want HiDPI mode on your regular monitor, QuickRes is the way to go."
How can you contact us?
QuickRes uses some open source software