Most of the current and latest graphics cards enable users to browse through and adjust a number of display settings. However, the settings will often be pre-configured for the particular graphics card installed in your machine. This can be frustrating, what if it doesn’t enable you to adjust particular settings? If you connect an additional monitor, switch to an alternative or similar, often you might want to tweak the settings to adjust manually.
Powerstrip 3.77 not only enables you to not only adjust your display settings from over five hundred controls, but also enables users to adjust multi-monitor set-up. Another useful option is that it can support multiple graphics cards and chipset vendors.
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