Overclocking and video output control.
PiCon - The Raspberry Pi Configuration Manager is an application which makes it easier to configure your Raspberry Pi. You can change the video mode, aspect ratio, screen rotation, overscan, and of course, overclocking, and much more. You can easily save your settings as presets so that you can have different settings for different applications (different TVs, monitors, etc.). This one also comes with an overscan plugin, which makes it much more easy to configure the overscan settings on Raspberry Pi.
PiCon is written in Java to be platform independent. It can be run on a host computer for easy configuration. To run the application on Windows or Mac (after installing it on Raspbian), put the SDCard into your host computer and run the PiCon.jar file from the boot partition. To run PiCon on Raspberry Pi use the desktop icon or click Launch in PiStore. Running on Raspberry Pi may take up to a minute to start. If you don't see a desktop icon, open a terminal and type sudo cp /boot/PiCon.desktop /home/[username]/Desktop
To run the application after downloading and installing it on Windows, just click on Launch in your IndieCity download client, then put your RPi SDCard into your Windows PC and choose "save to file". Select the boot partition on your SDCard and click save.
PiCon has been featured on Tekzilla, Make, Lifehacker, Adafruit and more.
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