Windows 10: Volume Mixer Issues with Independent Program Volumes
Volume Mixer Issues with Independent Program Volumes
I'm trying to understand why when I open the volume mixer and raise the "Device" volume all the other independent volumes for the other programs raise to at 50% of the Device's volume. How do I keep them all equal? I'd rather not have to raise each and every one separately.
Any ideas are appreciated. Is the new volume mixer just that bad?
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It's not "that bad" but it is not as detailed as old one. To get old one try this. Volume Control - Old or New in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
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