The trial version of Windows 11 has a new volume

The trial version of Windows 11 has a new volume mixer

Windows 11 has a new, more convenient volume control that gives you access to different audio outputs right from the taskbar. He debuted in the stem 25309Available for testers on the Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel.

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The updated volume control is opened by clicking on the speaker icon in the taskbar, but you can also use the new keyboard shortcut “Win + Ctrl + V”. With the mixer, you can quickly switch between audio sources (headphones, speakers, etc.), adjust the volume of individual applications, and select spatial audio technologies such as Windows Sonic and Dolby Atmos.

The new feature in Windows 11 was first unveiled over a month ago when it debuted as an experimental feature. It may also sound familiar to users of the third-party EarTrumpet app that came out about five years ago “fill some gaps in sound management under Windows 10”.

Nothing has been said as to the release date of the updated volume control in the public version of Windows – Microsoft has even indicated that it is not yet available to everyone on the Dev Channel. This scheme helps the company track early feedback before the feature is fully rolled out.


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