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    This is called "Disabling Beamsync" which speeds up the GUI on LCD displays. Your results may vary as some people have reported text getting fuzzy in some apps, but most have faster results by doing this.

    To OP, it would help if you could actually describe what you are turning on/off. In this case, your terminal command turns off "Beamsync". Anyone cautious about modifying this, just read up on Disabling Beamsync and see if it won't cause any problems for you.

    And if users turn this on, how can you revert back to original settings? It might help people who want to turn their Beamsyncs back on. I don't like deleting complete plists when I only modified one line of text.

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    Rather shady if you ask me. I dont imagine one little command line can make such a dramatic difference and have no flaws, afterall wouldnt apple have done that from the factory if they could?

 

 
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