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QuickRes Sharpens Your Non-Retina Mac at Low Resolutions, Quickly Changes Settings on Retina Displays

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by Adam Dachis

QuickRes is a simple app that enables HiDPI mode on your Mac, allowing you to change to lower resolutions without making things look pixelated and fuzzy. For those who own Macs with retina displays, you also gain a quick resolution switcher in your menu bar.

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In which, on LifeHacker’s advice, I see the world in retina display for a while — on my super-low-res 15-inch MacBook Pro. So sharp, but so low-res.

October 30, 2012 // 21:08 // 1 year ago
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