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Save current display settings to file:
  wsds.exe -save filename.dis
Open 'Windows Display Settings' and ask for filename to save settings to:
  wsds.exe -save
Load & apply display settings from file:
  wsds.exe filename.dis
Load & temporary apply display settings from file:
  wsds.exe filename.dis -temporary
Clone displays:
  wsds.exe -mode clone
Extend displays:
  wsds.exe -mode extend
External displays only:
  wsds.exe -mode external
Internal display only:
  wsds.exe -mode internal
Power monitors on:
  wsds.exe -mode on
Power monitors off:
  wsds.exe -mode off
Set brightness %:
  wsds.exe -brightness 40
Set contrast %:
  wsds.exe -contrast 50
Set color temperature K:
  wsds.exe -temperature 6500
Reset monitor controls:
  wsds.exe -reset
Open 'Windows Display Settings':
  wsds.exe -settings
Clone and set width and height:
  wsds.exe -mode clone -width 1024 -height 768
List display ID's and names:
  wsds.exe -list
Set resolution of left display with ID 2 to 1920x1080 and right display with ID 1 to 768x1024 and 90 degrees rotated (portrait):
  wsds.exe -mode extend -display 2 1920 1080 -display 1 768 1024 90
Set the primary display to display with ID 2:
  wsds.exe -primary 2
Install to Windows folder and set wsds as default program for .dis files:
  wsds.exe -install (from elevated command prompt)

WS Display Settings is useful for quick and easy automatic configuration of multiple monitors or display devices like beamers. You can create shortcuts for presets so users don't have to play with Windows display settings. All display settings can be saved to file including details like the monitor resolution, position and primary setting.

By ‘installing’ WsDisplaySettings a simple mouse click on a saved display settings file is enough to apply these settings. This makes it possible to create preset files (with file extension .dis) with different display configurations for end users so they can easily switch to the preferred display mode.

This is a small optional graphical utility that sits in the Windows System Tray to the right of the clock.
If the icon is hidden behind the 'Show hidden icons'-arrow you can simply drag it to a visible part of the systray.
Menu Items:
-Open Display Settings
-Show Storage Folder
-Save Display Settings
-Save Window Positions
-Toggle Monitor Fading (CTRL+F6) [Fades/reveales the monitor that contains the mouse pointer]
-Activate Window (CTRL+F7) [Activate and/or move window below mouse pointer to make it completely visible]
-Move Window to next Display (CTRL+F8) [Move focussed window to next display]
-Monitor Controls
-Clone Display
-Extend accross Displays
-External Display only
-Internal Display only
-Followed by a list of all .dis files in the storage folder
-Followed by a list of all .pos files in the storage folder

"Activate Window" is useful to quickly make the window below the mouse cursor completely visible (adjust location if needed) and active. With "Move Window" you can put the window that has focus instantly on to the next monitor (etc.).

"Save Window Positions" enables you to save and later restore all positions and sizes of application windows across your monitors.

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