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    How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    As I want to extend the capabilities of my PC, I have upgraded it to Windows 7. Instead of using the default volume on the system, I want to set different volume level according to the nature of the applications. In what way can I set it up?



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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    First of all, you need to locate the Windows System try from the right side of the task bar. You can view volume control icon on that tray. Right click on that icon and wait until a list of options appears on the screen. Navigate through that list afterwards and make a single tap over ‘Open Volume Mixer’ option. This will open up a window which contains the volume settings of all applications opened currently on the system. You can slide the volume slider corresponds to the application you want and adjust its volume. If you want to mute the application, then simply click the volume icon under the slider.

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    welcome....

    to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7

    to solve the problem follow the steps below---

    1st-->open the computer click the start button.

    2nd-->select the control panel & click on it.

    3rd-->click the ‘Open Volume Mixer’ option.

    4th-->now select the volume as your wise.

    5th-->you can set the volume low or high by the volume settings applications.

    6th-->also want to mute the application,

    7th-->now click the volume icon under the slider.



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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    DEAR FRIEND,

    To adjust the sound levels for Different apps..... follow these

    first of all open the application.... for which application you want to adjust the sound levels

    click start button ......and go to control panel

    click on Hardware and sounds option
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    then click Adjust system volume option under the Sound category
    2.jpgunder the applications category adjust the sound level of ...current application

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!




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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    It is very easy to set up vaolume levels of different apps in windows
    move to the right side bottom corner of the screen
    select the volume icon
    then select mixer
    a new window will open
    under application system sounds is there
    select system sounds
    do the changes what ever you want
    then click on apply
    then ok
    the changes will be saved on your computer.

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    hiii...
    Its a simple task to do..
    All you need to do is-
    1~ right click on the volume button in tray icons
    2~click "open volume mixer"
    3~A small window will open will open up with all the apps opened apps that uses sound.
    4~Change the volume according to you!!

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    Hi friend,

    Here is a procedure to set different volume level just follow the steps

    >>>Go to the home screen of windows 7

    >>>Then select on the icon of volume that is
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    >>>On click on mixture

    >>>Then adjust the volume according to your need

    Thank you

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    1. cheque the your chipset number

    2.download your sound driver

    3. Install the sound driver and click the next, next option and restart your PC and select the volume control icon
    and manage the volume level your wish

    Thank You

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    Hello there !!!

    yes you can set the different level of the volume in your different application.
    but remember your master volume ha the supreme power over all the volume control.

    so in order to give every application their independent volume just follow the steps :-

    1. go to the main volume control.
    2. set the volume to the high as possible.
    3. now open your desired application (mostly players are preferred here)
    4. set your desired volume and close the player.
    5. do this with every player.
    now when you when you will open the player it will have its own volume.

    but you can not do this to the windows application or system software.

    hope i am clear to you.
    thanks for posting in EALP.

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    Re: How to set up volume levels of different applications in Windows 7?

    hi,

    you want to set volume for different play and for that you have to set individually

    just follow this steps:

    1. go to the main volume control.
    2. set the volume to the high as possible.
    3. now open your desired application (mostly players are preferred here)
    4. set your desired volume and close the player.

    5. do this with every player.
    now when you when you will open the player it will have its own volume.

    all the best ..

    >> i hope you will get me

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