MultiRes 1.58 for Windows

by EnTech Taiwan

Avg. Rating 4.6 (29 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 9,241
Publisher EnTech Taiwan
Homepage MultiRes

Publisher's Description

MultiRes is an alternative to QuickRes, which adds refresh rate and multi-monitor support, as well as optional timed confirmation prompts.

Latest Reviews

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.58 on Feb 15, 2007

Awesome app. Works fantastic, especially with a custom INI file like this one:

[Refresh1]
Confirmation=0
32-1280x1024=75
32-1280x960=75
32-1152x864=75
32-1024x768=75
32-800x600=75
32-640x480=75
16-1280x1024=75
16-1280x960=75
16-1152x864=75
16-1024x768=75
16-800x600=75
16-640x480=75
[Options]
LimitModes=1
DisableOptions=1
Quiet=1
Lock=0
XP=1
[Inclusions]
1280x1024=1
1280x960=1
1152x864=1
1024x768=1
800x600=1
640x480=1

munga42

munga42 reviewed v1.58 on Sep 13, 2006

Got a build from 2003 that still works great for my Monitor.

dhry

dhry reviewed v1.57 on May 20, 2006

Best program of its type (although, if you're a Windows PowerPro user like me, you can just program your own context menu items to do what this does).

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

Fantastic program, and one that works well for me and has for some time. I just tested the new version (don't know what the changes are - sure wish there was a change log) and it continues to be a rock solid and incredibly useful program.

Well done indeed.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

Its great software, however it didnt seem to change the refresh rate on my Radeon Mobility 9700.

forgie

forgie reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

use it and love it

Scary Guy

Scary Guy reviewed v1.54 on Jun 18, 2005

I like it, a lot. Does what it says and very effectively and it likes multiple monitors. However I think they could put in options for combining all the seperate monitor icons into one icon and have the resolutions for each in different context menues.

_Shorty-dammit

_Shorty-dammit reviewed v1.54 on Jun 17, 2005

love multires...anyways, for refresh rates you're much better off just editing your monitor driver to put in the exact refresh rates you want to use for each resolution. That way there's no choice but to use that refresh rate and you never have to worry about it. This is what I use for my 22" Mitsubishi:

[NSB-1107.AddReg]
HKR,"MODES\2,2",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,2.0-254.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\320,200",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\320,240",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\400,300",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\480,360",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\512,384",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\640,400",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,-,+"
HKR,"MODES\640,480",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,150.0-150.0,-,-"
HKR,"MODES\800,600",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,150.0-150.0,-,-"
HKR,"MODES\1024,768",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,144.0-144.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1152,864",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,120.0-120.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1280,960",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,100.0-100.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1600,1200",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,85.0-85.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1800,1350",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,85.0-85.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1920,1440",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\2048,1536",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,+"

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.47 on Jul 22, 2004

Very nice. The refresh option actually works. Quick. Easy. Stable. Free.

thadk

thadk reviewed v1.40 on Mar 29, 2002

Looks great, similiar to Nullsoft's (www.nullsoft.com) jRes with a better interface...I wish it had a way to uncheck "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display" (for the program) as for some reason the official drivers for my monitor tell windows that I don't have 85hz support at 1600x1200 but it works and does according to spec. I like to switch it down to 1024x for the extra high refresh rate on dvds and stuff but it's a pain to swich back.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (29 votes)
Your Rating
DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.58 on Feb 15, 2007

Awesome app. Works fantastic, especially with a custom INI file like this one:

[Refresh1]
Confirmation=0
32-1280x1024=75
32-1280x960=75
32-1152x864=75
32-1024x768=75
32-800x600=75
32-640x480=75
16-1280x1024=75
16-1280x960=75
16-1152x864=75
16-1024x768=75
16-800x600=75
16-640x480=75
[Options]
LimitModes=1
DisableOptions=1
Quiet=1
Lock=0
XP=1
[Inclusions]
1280x1024=1
1280x960=1
1152x864=1
1024x768=1
800x600=1
640x480=1

munga42

munga42 reviewed v1.58 on Sep 13, 2006

Got a build from 2003 that still works great for my Monitor.

dhry

dhry reviewed v1.57 on May 20, 2006

Best program of its type (although, if you're a Windows PowerPro user like me, you can just program your own context menu items to do what this does).

DudeBoyz

DudeBoyz reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

Fantastic program, and one that works well for me and has for some time. I just tested the new version (don't know what the changes are - sure wish there was a change log) and it continues to be a rock solid and incredibly useful program.

Well done indeed.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

Its great software, however it didnt seem to change the refresh rate on my Radeon Mobility 9700.

forgie

forgie reviewed v1.56 on Jan 10, 2006

use it and love it

Scary Guy

Scary Guy reviewed v1.54 on Jun 18, 2005

I like it, a lot. Does what it says and very effectively and it likes multiple monitors. However I think they could put in options for combining all the seperate monitor icons into one icon and have the resolutions for each in different context menues.

_Shorty-dammit

_Shorty-dammit reviewed v1.54 on Jun 17, 2005

love multires...anyways, for refresh rates you're much better off just editing your monitor driver to put in the exact refresh rates you want to use for each resolution. That way there's no choice but to use that refresh rate and you never have to worry about it. This is what I use for my 22" Mitsubishi:

[NSB-1107.AddReg]
HKR,"MODES\2,2",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,2.0-254.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\320,200",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\320,240",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\400,300",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\480,360",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\512,384",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,-"
HKR,"MODES\640,400",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,-,+"
HKR,"MODES\640,480",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,150.0-150.0,-,-"
HKR,"MODES\800,600",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,150.0-150.0,-,-"
HKR,"MODES\1024,768",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,144.0-144.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1152,864",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,120.0-120.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1280,960",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,100.0-100.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1600,1200",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,85.0-85.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1800,1350",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,85.0-85.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\1920,1440",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,+"
HKR,"MODES\2048,1536",Mode1,,"2.0-254.0,75.0-75.0,+,+"

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.47 on Jul 22, 2004

Very nice. The refresh option actually works. Quick. Easy. Stable. Free.

thadk

thadk reviewed v1.40 on Mar 29, 2002

Looks great, similiar to Nullsoft's (www.nullsoft.com) jRes with a better interface...I wish it had a way to uncheck "Hide modes that this monitor cannot display" (for the program) as for some reason the official drivers for my monitor tell windows that I don't have 85hz support at 1600x1200 but it works and does according to spec. I like to switch it down to 1024x for the extra high refresh rate on dvds and stuff but it's a pain to swich back.

klumy

klumy reviewed v1.40 on Mar 29, 2002

The legitime Successor of MS Quickres ;)

Shadow Lord

Shadow Lord reviewed v1.40 on Mar 29, 2002

Excelletn little program. Fast and stable. Somehting you normally don't see these days!

Sugam

Sugam reviewed v1.24 on Jun 20, 2000

Great little prrogie.. it's just superior to quickres enough to be great. No probs with multiscreen up to now.

Alhademic Group

Alhademic Group reviewed v1.24 on Jun 20, 2000

Alhademic Tetrix is full freeware!!!

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