Resolutionator For Mac Swaps Between Display Resolutions With A Shortcut

Resolutionator For Mac Swaps Between Display Resolutions With A Shortcut
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Swapping between display resolutions on a Mac just requires you to hop into the System Preferences, but if you’re looking for a faster way to do it, Resolutionator does the job with either a keyboard shortcut or a menu bar utility.

With Resolutionator, you can switch between display resolutions quickly on any display you have hooked up. This is pretty handy if you’re using a Retina display, multiple displays, or even when you’re using the smaller MacBook Air 11-inch. It’s $US3, but you can check out a free trial to see if it does the job for you.

Resolutionator ($US3) [Many Tricks via MacStories]