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Is there a program that sits in the system tray and lets you easily change the screen resolution in Windows 7?

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Resolution Changer is a resolution changer program. Lists all available resolutions of the display. Sets the maximum frequency available at the selected resolution.

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If you fancy something more powerful, then I'd recommend PowerStrip, but it isn't free.

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Screen Mode Switch allows you to easily change resolutions from the system tray, and also define custom hotkeys to change resolutions. You can easily make custom resolution profiles with your desired personal settings.

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The personal version is free for non-commercial use.

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It doesn't seem to work in Windows 7. – Phenom Feb 21 '10 at 22:34
What error are you receiving? You could try vista compatibility mode. – John T Feb 21 '10 at 22:52

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