Licence: Shareware (USD $17.00)
Version 4.3.5 | Release Date: 2013-06-30 | Download

Adds some changes to bring first compatibility with OS X 10.9 Mavericks, but still compatible with 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 !
Should restore Contextual Menu on the Desktop in PathFinder too
Give the option to kill the Dock to restore Desktop Picture after reenabling a display on 10.7 and 10.8
Give the option to force keeping the mouse on active displays
Corrects a crashing bug when removing a display whose settings were just edited within the Control Panel
Corrects a bug with disabling mirroring from just one display, when this display also mirrors a third display (!)
Corrects a bug when applying a Display Set that was already active could overwrite the previous icons and windows positions saved with the Display Set
Correctly restore the Dock status (hidden/shown) when quitting an application that is monitored by SwitchResX
Is normally capable to find a display in its preferences even if the video port has changed, without cluttering the Preferences file with copies of this display
Shows running version of the Daemon in the Control Panel, to be sure the latest version of all modules are running

Version 4.0.1 | Release Date: 2009-09-30 | Download
No changes specified
Version 3.8 | Release Date: 2007-12-29 | Download

* Doesn't crash any more when launching/quitting the Daemon from within the Control Panel
* Corrects even more unstabilities that have been seen on Leopard and could lead to Control Panel crashes
* Corrects some memory leaks in the Control Panel
* Shows right detailed timing parameters again for existing scaled resolutions
* Removed some system private calls that are now public APIs
* Removed one limitation for the unregistered version

Version 3.7.9 | Release Date: 2007-06-18 | Download
  • Common timings were not kept activated when SwitchResX was quit
  • Better options to reset to factory when something is messed up after activating a bad resolution: you can reset all displays, even if you cannot boot from a messed one
  • Corrects some bugs where reset to factory could remove the name of the display given by MacOS X itself
Version 3.7.5 | Release Date: 2006-08-27 | Download
No changes specified