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Author Topic: EarTrumpet is a must-have replacement for Windows 10’s audio controls  (Read 68 times)
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« on: June 17, 2018, 05:43:28 PM »
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Windows 10 is one of the finest version of Microsoft’s desktop operating system, and it brings visual makeover to the tiniest parts of the OS. The volume control UI, which can be accessed from the taskbar, also comes with a modern look but truth to be told, Windows 10’s volume controls aren’t that special.

Windows 10 volume controls are very basic, for example, you can only set the volume for the default speakers you’re listening to and a few other things. While the modern UI for the volume controller looks good and the features updates have brought more improvements in this regard, but the volume controller could be improved.

n Windows 10, you can assign the apps sound to a specific audio system, but you’ve to do that manually for every single app. The well-known developers David Golden and Microsoft MVP Rafael Rivera worked together on a new app titled EarTrumpet.

EarTumpet is a must-have replacement for Windows’ taskbar audio control. It basically allows you to control the sound coming out of your audio devices, directly from your taskbar.

With EarTumpet, you can easily change the volume of multiple audio systems from the taskbar by using the mouse wheel, it also supports the multi-channel peak metering, enhanced app session grouping, keyboard shortcut and more.

You can download EarTrumpet from here.

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