About this mod

FPS increase for low-end computers and laptops.

Permissions and credits


Due to the decreasing interest in this mod and my work on a much more professional program to replace it, I am officially "abandoning" ULG for Skyrim. I will not provide support for it anymore aside from maintaining the server and keeping it up. I have just posted the last update this mod will receive; I just changed the batch file a little bit to point it towards my new dedicated server. This means you MUST RUN FROM THE BATCH FILE, not the jar file! If you run the installer from the jar file it will say server offline. 
I am currently in the process of building a much more complete and professional program, website, support, and authentication system for a brand new ULG suite. It will support all games that I am able to modify going into the future, and will also provide much improved support for Fallout 4 and Skyrim. When that program is complete (it's getting there...), you will see it here.
I will not take this mod down, nor will I take the server down that supports and runs it. But I will no longer update it or comment on threads or bugs about it on Nexus. I have abandoned this version of ULG a long time ago, I am aware it has some issues and it is now severely out-of-date, but I don't have time to deal with it and a much newer much better solution is in the works.

ULG (Ultra Low Graphics)

This mod aims to improve performance on old/weak desktops and most laptops. It scales down textures, reduces draw distances, removes shadows, grass, reduces cells to load, decreases water quality...etc. All configurable by choosing between a few different "levels" of low graphics. There is a link below with benchmarks that I performed myself on my laptop to give you a feel for what it does.



Fallout 4 Version


Java - https://www.java.com/en/download/

Current Compatibility

Version 10.0b11

Windows XP: No
Windows Vista: Yes
Windows 7: Yes
Windows 8: Yes
Windows 10: Yes


Lingala.net, the developers of Zip4j. (10.0b1-b4)
Eric Popivker, the developer of fnr.exe (Find and Replace Tool). (3.0-5.0)
Lee E. McMahon, the developer of Sed. (3.0-5.0)
Giuseppe Scrivano, the developer of Wget. (3.0-5.0)