Display Changer 4.4.1 and Display Changer II 1.7.2 are now available on 12noon.com. These versions fix a regression recently introduced that broke parsing for the application and its arguments specified on the command line.
Display Changer 4.4.0 is now available on 12noon.com. This version assumes that you want to operate with progressive refresh rates. If you want to use interlaced refresh rates, add the -interlaced switch to the command line.
This version completely works around a Microsoft bug that returns an incorrect monitor ID. If you received the “Unable to find path” error with previous versions, please try this version.
This version works around a Microsoft bug that returns an incorrect monitor ID. If you receive the “Unable to find path” error with previous versions, this might fix that for you.
This version corrects a crash that can occur when creating a configuration file while interacting with the Control Panel’s Display Settings.
Fixed potential crash when using the -debug switch and there’s an invalid display mode.
Display Changer II 1.5.1 adds more detail to an error message. If you’re using the original Display Changer on Windows 7 or later, you might want to take a look at Display Changer II to see if it has features that you need.
This version fixes the following switches: -clone, -extend, -primary, and -secondary.
This version fixes a defect I introduced when I added the -fullscreen switch. It prevented Display Changer II from running an application you passed on the command line if you didn’t also include the -fullscreen switch. I apologize for the oversight.
This version adds two new switches that can be used to modify the -configure switch: -force and -no-optimize. These can be useful in situations where the video driver needs to be explicitly reset or you don’t want Windows to try and optimize the configuration process. There is also some additional error-checking when reading and writing files. The usage information is now displayed only when nothing is passed on the command line.