Increase/decrease volume controls by 1 instead of 2? (win 10)  


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    Increase/decrease volume controls by 1 instead of 2? (win 10)


    Is there a way to stop windows 10 volume control settings via keyboard commands from increasing and decreasing by 2 numbers. Instead, by 1 ?
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    If I use the arrow keys (left for voluime down, right for volume up) the increment on my system is 1 for each key press. Maybe that will also work for you?
    --Ed--
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    EdTittel said:
    If I use the arrow keys (left for voluime down, right for volume up) the increment on my system is 1 for each key press. Maybe that will also work for you?
    --Ed--
    Hey, thanks for the reply. But I ended up downloading "3RVX" and making the hotkeys as the regular volume up/down buttons but with a percentage in/de-crease of 1%. Working so far!

    I also read online that the registry I was looking to modify was "hardcoded" and not easy to change. So 3rd party app seems like the best bet.
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    Good call. Please post back after you've used it for a while and let us know how you like it. Thanks for checking it out!
    --Ed--
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    Works great, thats a solve for me.
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    My preference to solve this is Volume2! Info on the app can be found on AlternativeTo. Volume2 (volume squared) has a lot of customizability, for example allows you to change the volume with the scroll wheel and change the size of the audio volume increment, down to 1 in my case. You can also support them on the Microsoft Store.

    I use Windows 11 and the AHK scripts gave me issues where it would suddenly mute at different intervals because it would recognize both changes -- system and AHK -- and when I changed the volume fast it would mute every time. The explanation is confusing but that's the jist.

    3RVX was mentioned, I tried it out and it works but has some bugs, and isn't maintained since 2017, still works though.
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