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How to use Realtek HD Audio Manager to boost up your PC Sound

How to use Realtek HD Audio Manager to boost up your PC Sound

Realtek’s High Definition Audio Driver is one of the most used sound drivers which provides high-quality DTS, Dolby, Surround Sound. This driver software comes with a number of features and functionalities such as a six channel Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) […]

Troubleshoot Windows 10 Sound and Audio problems

Microsoft has received good reviews for their latest OS –Windows 10. The OS is packed with new features, apps, and functionality that intends to make your computing experience a smooth affair. However, the OS brings with it its own share […]

Disable Audio Enhancements in Windows 10

Microsoft and third-party vendors have shipped audio enhancement packages designed to make your system’s specific hardware sound absolutely perfect. These are referred to as Audio Enhancements in Windows 10. But sometimes, these very ‘enhancements’ can cause problems with audio and […]

Turn Off Notification and System Sounds in Windows 10

Notification sounds are an essential part of an operating system. Whenever there is an important action performed, Windows by default provides feedback to the user through notification sounds. We hear notification sounds for most common actions like connecting or disconnecting a […]

How to Boost or Increase Microphone Volume in Windows 10

While using voice-over-IP services such as Skype on your Windows 10/8/7 desktop, you may have observed sometimes the quality of voice sinks. Under such circumstances, you may have to boost the volume to recover the audio quality. So if you […]

How to enable all Recording Devices in Windows 10

In Windows 10/8/7 the lesser-used devices including the WaveOutMix, MonoMix, StereoMix are disabled by default. If your sound driver supports this feature, you can enable it. This post shows how to enable all Recording Devices and make Windows show even the disabled […]

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Volumouse: Control Sound Volume using Mouse wheel

If you need to frequently change the volume of your speakers, using freeware Volumouse for Windows, may be just what you were looking for. There is a lot you can do with the simple mouse, but most of us use […]

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How to change Sounds in Windows 10/8/7

If you are tired of hearing the same old sounds when you start Windows or when you minimize a Windows or when you simply Copy, you just might want to consider introducing a whole new set of a sound scheme […]

How to disable System Beep in Windows 10/8/7

When computers did not come with speakers, System Beeps were a useful way to warn us when there were any system errors or hardware errors, and were rather helpful in troubleshooting issues. But today, there is no real need for […]

SndVolPlus: A replacement sound volume control for Windows 10/8/7

SndVolPlus is a tiny freeware standalone app, that’s a replacement for the standard Windows volume control icon.  It looks & acts like the default volume control, but had a few extra features. SndVolPlus sound volume control For instance, middle clicking […]

How to restrict changing of Sound Scheme in Windows 10/8/7

If for some reason you’d like to restrict or prevent users from changing Sound Scheme in Windows 10/8/7, here is how you can do it via Registry Editor or Group Policy Editor. Prevent changing of Sound Scheme in Windows Open […]

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The Mystery of the 3 Music Files in Windows 7

When you open the C:\Windows\Media folder, you will notice that it includes Windows sounds & sound schemes. Among them you will find 3 MIDI sequence sound files: onestop.mid, flourish.mid & town.mid. I happened to be browsing this Media folder when […]