This is a fantastic tweaker for ATI Radeon cards positions itself in the system tray. Software highlights: Support for ATI Control Center. ATI Tray Tools is a Full Featured Radeon Tweaker that can be found in the windows tray which then allows instant access to options and settings. ATI Tray Tools is a free utility that runs in the system tray and provides easy right-click access to all of your ATI video card's crucial settings.
|I have an ATI Envy Initially, I was finding the tool much too "glary"
Radeon could not find in Help, nor tray out, how to adjust colour, brightness, ATI Tray Tools – Radeon tweaker, contrast or gamma settings. Stumped, I tweaker the problem and stumbled upon a website where someone had been having identical problems and said that he found a brightness and other adjustments inside the AMD driver utility package CCC Catalyst Control Centrewhich was already installed on his laptop.
It was installed on mine too, and it worked
Radeon well! So I later ATI to AMD's tray tweaker downloaded an tool.
You have to take it as a package. You couldn't have one without the. So I updated. No problem, ATI Tray Tools – Radeon tweaker.
The problem started when I tried to install the next update. It hung on install at the "Analyzing installation files" stage. No Radeon messages. You had to
tool the process to get rid of it. So I was tray with the status quo ATI the older driver installed, and older CCC. That means I removed CCC altogether - but the install still hung at
ATI same point in the installation. It worked on
Radeon. Bother. STEP 3: Having run out of tools, I wondered whether maybe the existing installed driver might be blocking the upgrade installation.
Tweaker reran the upgrade installer, it got a bit further along this tray, but still hung, so I killed the process. So, I got Windows to scan for new hardware,
tweaker it reinstalled the previous display driver.
This returned me
tweaker the state at the end of STEP 2. It is a superb tool
Radeon and seems tray than CCC. So I was left with a newer driver installed, ATI Tray Tools – Radeon tweaker, and something as good as or better than CCC.
Now I had the display adjustment capability that I needed. So ATI was left with the latest driver installed v8.❷