Do you like to play music on your windows? Are you curious on any video you watched on your system? With these few questions, App Sound Outputs plays a crucial role in our experiences when using windows.
You enjoy App Sound Outputs on windows not only while playing music or watching movies on your system. You can as well explore the benefit Sound Outputs while communicating with family and friends over Skype, Facebook among others. Depending on the type of computer you own, your choice of audio output might be different.
This article will shed light on how to adjust volume and audio setting in windows 10. Windows 10 now lets you choose which sound output and input devices individual apps use. For example, you could have one app play audio through your headphones and another app play it through your speakers.
Due to user interface changes, Microsoft added new, touch-friendly audio volume controls. If you left click the Sound icon in the notification area, it is possible to change only the master volume.
How To Adjust App Sound Outputs Volume In Windows 10
Here is how to adjust app sound outputs volume in Windows 10. Today, we shall be dealing with two different options.
Adjust App Sound output Individually in Windows 10 Via Settings
Step 1 ====> Open the Settings app.
Step 2 ====> Then go to System and click Sound.
Step 3 ====> On the right, click on App volume and device preferences under “Other sound options”.
Step 4 ====> On the next page, adjust the volume level for any of the apps that play sounds.
The new page in Settings also allows changing the sound level for system sounds. It includes controls to mute apps, change the “master” volume level, select output and mute devices, and more.
Adjust App Sound Outputs in Windows 10 Via Volume Mixer app
The Volume Mixer provides options for managing volume per desktop application. Not all applications support this feature, though. If they do, you’ll see them in the Mixer and can adjust the volume levels. For example, you might want to mute specific applications such as system sounds when watching a movie
Step 1 ====> Right-click on the speaker tray icon.
Step 2 ====> In the context menu you will see the item Volume Mixer click on it, you will get the good old mixer with all apps that are playing audio
A handy function of the Windows sound settings is the ability to modify audio behavior when multi-tasking. The volume mixer feature is there since Windows Vista and has always allowed the user to change the volume level for app sound outputs and devices.