Display Maestro gives you full control over attached displays, allowing the use of all available resolutions and bit depths. Latest versions of macOS strip out the useful ability to set specific resolutions and presents a more user-friendly approach.
Experienced users, especially graphic designers and presenters, demand more precise control of their devices. Access exactly the resolution you need with Display Maestro's traditional Mac-like menu.
Pro users can also view advanced resolution and device information ranging from gamma configuration, RGB color points, scaling, samples per pixel, screen dimensions, device vendor IDs, refresh rate, manufacture dates, dots per inch, Retina (HiDPI) status, and more.
Also view feature information such as if the following are enabled are supported: pan enabled, simulscan enabled, is stretched, television mode, Desktop GUI support, interlace mode, mirroring supported, built-in, high-resolution capable, accelerator backed, and more.
Display list of all displays and resolutions.
Toggle list of unsafe resolutions.
Restore ColorSync settings.
View the white, red, green, and blue gamma values as well as channels
View the red, green and blue X,Y points.
View display transformation values.
View vendor codes and manufacture dates.
View display capabilities like backlist, mirroring, digital, stereo, OpenGL acceleration, HiDPI capable, and AirPlay.
View display properties simulscan, television mode, samples per pixel, pan required, display size, interlaced, bytes per row, bits per sample, and more.
For the full or trial version of our app, please use the download links below. After installation, the trial will automatically begin. For users owning a valid license, unlock the software via the "Unlock Product..." menu item if necessary.
These versions are no longer supported and are listed primarily for customers owning older licenses.
|Display Maestro||3.0.8||15.73 MB||February 23, 2020||Mac||macOS 10.13||Download|
|Display Maestro||2.1.6||15.45 MB||November 27, 2018||Mac||macOS 10.10||Download|
|Display Maestro||2.1.2||16.20 MB||April 17, 2018||Mac||macOS 10.10||Download|
|Display Maestro||2.0.8||11.52 MB||January 5, 2016||Mac||macOS 10.7 (Intel)||Download|
|Last release for Mac OS X 10.7/10.8|
|Display Maestro||1.2.7||8.97 MB||October 14, 2014||Mac||macOS 10.7 (Intel)||Download|
|Display Maestro||1.1.9||8.92 MB||February 10, 2012||Mac||macOS 10.6 (Universal)||Download|
Saved my (production) life, when Apple took away resolution options!
Solved the problem we had with Apple OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) Control Panel not recognizing our Matrox 3 monitor external display array. Display Maestro allows us to set the resolution to the full values allowed for the external display array.
Does exactly what it's advertised to do. Very responsive developer, too. In my opinion this is an essential Mac app as it brings back features that Apple has taken away over the years and puts them back to use. Can't argue there. Absolutely recommended.
I have been using it for many tears It is great when i need to give a conference it really simplifies connect to varios places and proyectos
It even works with multiple display devices. I'm impressed. The details about each resolution is a nice touch, too. I'd recommend this for anyone with multiple displays, and I know there's a lot of that out there these days.
Perfect utility to use when you want to play old games in 256-color mode! Couldn't be easier to use, either. It runs in the background, barely noticeable unless you're looking for it. 10/10 and two thumbs up.
I'm usually wary about third-party apps that screw around with your settings, but this one is good. Everything reverts back to normal once you quit the app so you don't have to worry about permanently botching something up. A great addition to an already great operating system.
Retro Mac gaming for the win! I love this app. It makes my life so much easier. I was pretty bummed when I noticed that Apple had removed the 256-color display option. This app fixes that problem right away. Thanks for being awesome, Koingo. As always.
Not a lot to say! I don't change my display resolution often, but when I want or need to, the mechanism is right up there in my menu bar.
needed a way to control the display size on a headless Minimac and this solved the problem completely.
All of our products come with a full set of licensing options: from single users and households to small businesses and larger corporations.
1 computer2 unique activations per year
1 computer/user5 unique activations per year
1 household10 unique activations per year
1 school300 unique activations per year
10 computers/users60 unique activations per year
Unlimited10000 unique activations per year
|Version 4.0.1 – December 15, 2020|
|Requirements:||This version requires Mac OS X 10.14 or later.|
|Upgrade Notes:||This upgrade is free for users owning an active subscription or a non-subscription "Lifetime License." No action is required other than downloading the new version from our web site and unlocking as normal with an e-mail address. For all other users, orders for the current version can be purchased on our web site.|
|Bug Fix:||Fixed crash on launch on older macOS.|
|Coming Soon:||Auto-set resolution on startup.|
|Coming Soon:||Open Display Preferences menu option.|
|Coming Soon:||Remember desktop icon positions.|
|Coming Soon:||Remember decision for unsafe resolutions.|