How do I change my graphics settings in swtor?

How do I change my graphics settings in swtor? 

In “preferences” -> “graphics” -> I choose any graphics option -> pressing “apply” -> a box with the options “keep changes” or “revert” comes up with a countdown -> swtor and my computer freezes and/or the screen goes black for a moment -> graphic changes appears unchanged.

How do I fix my swtor resolution? 

  1. Press the [Windows] Key + [R] at the same time. (
  2. Copy the following in to the text box and press ok: %localappdata%swtorswtorsettings.
  3. Open the client_settings.
  4. Save and close the file.
  5. Start the game as normal.
  6. Change graphic settings within the game as desired.

How do I reset my UI in swtor? 

Ctrl-U takes a few seconds to reload the screen. If the screen is on normally, then hitting Ctrl-U will turn it off. Then hitting Ctrl-U again will turn it back on after a few seconds.

How do I make swtor run better in 2020? 

What can I do to make SWTOR run faster?
  1. Run 800 x 600 resolution (this one is HUGE for performance, I see a lot of people trying to run at 1080p and having performance issues)
  2. Turn grass and the other slider next to it to 0 in the Graphics Preferences (this was the second biggest)

How do I change my graphics settings in swtor? – Related Questions

How do I stop lagging in SWTOR?

Run Swtor as an administrator. Right click Swtor > properties > compatibility > check run as administrator. This will give Swtor more rights on your computer to decrease likelihood of compatibility issues. Try setting everything as low as it can go, then go up from there until you see problems again.

Is there a 64 bit version of SWTOR?

But yes. SWTOR it is time. 64 bit client time.

Is SWTOR 32 bit or 64 bit?

For SWTOR (which is a 32bit application – Stupid considering its memory usage), 64bit OS will actually be slower due to WOW64 emulation. The game will only be able to use a 32bit memory pool size, it will not use more than 4gb of your ram.

Can Swtor run on 32 bit?

No. BioWare’s only released a 32-bit client thus far. It won’t cause an issue on your system though – 64-bit versions of Windows will run 32-bit applications just fine (the opposite is not true however). Just to add to this.