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- help with the volume mixer on windows 10
Re: help with the volume mixer on windows 10
Sarah k Alawami
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Actually not all apps will appear there for what ever reason but I do see them in the sound mixer. I really nave no clue as to why but both work dependinging on what you need to do.
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Re: [nvda] help with the volume mixer on windows 10
If you type sndvol in the run dialog or in the Windows start menu and press enter, the volume control will open. You don't have to decide which utility to use, you will be in the correct one and you can tab through the controls for the available applications.
On 6/11/2022 9:18 PM, Shawn via groups.io wrote:
I type sound mixer to get it from the start menu. When I open it I tab to applications list and select the one I want. Then tab twice past the mute button to adjust the output volume slider. There are 2 sound settings apps, the sound and the volume mixer. Sound doesn't have settings for individual apps, but it has properties to adjust things with the mic, like effects and the ability to listen to your microphone.
On 6/11/2022 5:35 PM, Sarah k Alawami wrote:
What happens if you try? If you cannot find the app then go to sounds in control panel, and tab to advanced and find your app there.
For some weird reason I’m having issues with the volume mixer on windows 10.
Am trying to change the soundcard for 1 particular application and I just can’t seem to do it. I do have win 10 app essential’s installed and enabled.
Any ideas please?
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