"Resolution Changer" and Frequent Use
I have the little program Resolution Changer on my computer, since my (non-wide-screen) LCD monitor's native resolution is 1280 x 1024 and I preferred the 1024 x 768 setting. However, recently, because some sites I am more frequently visiting -- and some new sites -- end up with a horizontal scroll bar at that setting (like some of my webmail sites), I'm thinking of changing it back to the 1280 x 1024 for my own purposes, since that setting solves the scroll bar issue. But the other user of this home desktop prefers the 1024 x 768 setting.
My question is: will using this program to change the resolution settings more frequently (back-and-forth between the two above settings a half dozen times a day or so) create too much wear-and-tear on the computer and/or monitor ? If so, I'll avoid making the change to 1280 x 1024.