Whats the Keyboard Shortcut to Adjust Volume?

  1. yahanna's Avatar
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    Whats the Keyboard Shortcut to Adjust Volume?


    What are the keyboard shortcuts to adjust volume in win 10?
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    What sort of PC do you have? Laptop? Tablet? Desktop?
    Laptops typically have a dedicated pair of Fn keys.
    Otherwise no.

    However you can try this to assign some:
    Is There Keyboard Shortcut For Volume Control - Microsoft Community

    More by searching further..
    How to adjust the audio level in Windows 10 with Hotkeys

    Two freeware programs:
    7+ taskbar tweaker lets you use the scroll wheel when hovering over the taskbar to adjust volume. Neat.
    Volumouse - press a user selectable key + scroll wheel to adjust volume (and more options)
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  3. Posts : 13
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    Old thread appeared in searching for solutions how to set keyboard shortcuts to adjust Windows 10 volume. Dalchina's helpful pointers lead to finding yet another suitable up-to-date free app by grandmaster Nir Sofer : https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/sound_volume_view.html

    Step 1: Fire up SoundVolumeView and find your sound device by selecting (un)mute with right mouse
    Step 2: Go to File menu> Create Desktop Shortcut> select Increase and select Decrease Volume 5%
    Step 3: Right click each shortcut> Properties> Shortcut to set preferred hotkey. E.g. + and - on numpad
    Step 4: Right click each shortcut again> Properties> General and tick Hidden - Apply - Ok

    Voila! Hopefully helpful to someone sometime (Y)
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  4. JMedlock83's Avatar
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    yahanna said:
    What are the keyboard shortcuts to adjust volume in win 10?
    8 ways to turn the Windows volume up or down | Digital Citizen
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  5. Posts : 13
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    dinkymau said:
    Step 4: Right click each shortcut again> Properties> General and tick Hidden - Apply - Ok
    Hiding shortcuts does not trigger the hotkey. Looking into it.
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