“The app adds a display screen icon to the Menu Bar which allows you to select any one of the supported resolutions and quickly switch to it. From the app’s preferences, you can then enable HiDPI mode which will give you better display output than you previously had on lower resolution,” Wahab reports. “Granted that the output will always be better on a Retina MacBook, you will still find your non-Retina is better to read on with this app.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]