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 Hardware compatibility
EnTech utilities are designed to support the widest possible range of discrete graphic controllers, including those from 3dfx, 3dlabs, AMD/ATI, Intel, Matrox, Number Nine, NVidia, Rendition, S3, SiS, Trident, Tseng Labs, VideoLogic, and XGI, as well as any Plug-and-Play monitor via analog or digital connections.

 Technical support
For answers to frequently asked questions and other information on using EnTech's graphics and monitor utilities, please visit the technical support forum.

Products
 MultiRes
 Monitor Asset Manager
 iRotate
 Legacy software

Graphics and Monitor Utilities

EnTech’s award-winning graphics and monitor utilities are available for license to major institutions and are already in use by millions of end-users the world over. Each is a stand-alone application targeted towards solving a common display setup, configuration or management issue.

Monitor Asset Manager serves a dual purpose. Free for personal use, MonInfo captures and translates all the data passed by the monitor to the display driver and on to the operating system - revealing, for example, the reasons behind limitations on resolution and refresh rate, and the monitor manufacturer's recommended timings. For the enterprise, licensed versions of MonInfo fill a gap in existing asset management software by silenting generating SMS-compliant reports on connected display devices. Find out more by clicking here.

iRotate binds the fast and efficient native rotation capabilities present in contemporary display drivers from ATI, Intel, nVidia and others, to a simple system tray menu and set of hotkeys, providing end-users, administrators and monitor manufacturers with a free and consistent interface to controlling screen orientation across multiple monitors and multiple graphics cards. Find out more by clicking here.


MultiRes provides the home user with a free and simple solution for changing resolution, color depth and refresh rate under every operating system from Windows 95 to XP. Its support for command-line parameters make it an effective tool for the home administrator trying to satisfy conflicting family preferences. Moreover, a robust scripting facility make licensed versions of MultiRes a handy tool for network administrators on a tight budget. Find out more by clicking here.

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