Volume2 Let’s You Control System Volume In Windows

D o you know that there is a for Windows software that will let you have control over system volume via mouse or via your own assigned hotk...

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Do you know that there is a for Windows software that will let you have control over system volume via mouse or via your own assigned hotkey? Also do you want to get cool and stylish volume slider on your desktop? There's a software called Volume2 which will allow you to control your system volume settings and configuration easily. Volume2 is an advanced Windows audio mixer, a complete replacement for the standard Volume Control. This application lets you easily change the sound volume just by rotating the mouse wheel or by using keyboard hot keys or just mouse move on screen border. It includes an audio mixer with advanced volume controls support, a scheduler, an on-screen display, command line support, the ability to store and recall different unlimited presets via one mouse click or system-wide hot keys. Support many languages such as: English, Russian, Greek, Chines, Armenian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Belorussian. It also has a cool user interface and a changeable skin manager to make your PC more attractive. There is also a system tray balloon that shows volume and quick access bar. It can control volume by hovering over or sliding mouse over the slide on the screen. Seems cool? Then click read more to get the full information.

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Pros

  • Skins: very cool slider skins (about 30 or so as of this writing; see a small sample in the screenshot above/left)
  • Screen edges: can be used, such that sliding your mouse up and down the side of the screen will toggle volume up/down (see screenshot above right)
  • Hotkey controls: you can set user specified hotkeys to trigger a wide range of actions (including non-volume related actions such as brightness and even ejecting CD rom).
  • Mouse controls: are user customizable. I like the fact that you can set it to rotate the mouse wheel over the taskbar to control volume (or optionally over the desktop, over the tray icon).
  • Event scheduler: such as, for example, to set the volume on startup or on wake up. Note, however, that the event scheduler can be used for any kind of event, including displaying messages
  • System tray icon: also comes in different skins. The color of the icon is an indicator of volume (green=low, orange=mid level, red=high)
  • Balloon notifications: if you want, the program can display a balloon notification for volume in the system tray area (I personally quite like this, actually).
  • Easy to use: you do not need a PhD to navigate the settings (unlike for example, another program in the genre which I mention below).
  • Memory usage: about 15 megs in memory, which is not a lot, especially when you consider the breadth of functions it provides.
  • Command line: supports controlling volume via the command line.

Installation

First download the installer package from the link given below and then run it. You'll be prompted to select a language from the list. Choose English then click next.

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Then you will be asked to select installation mode (multi-user mode which will allow every user in your PC to have on settings and single user mode will give all users a common settings. Click next on your done.

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Now you will be asked again to choose system settings like whether it create desktop shortcuts or not, do you like to start the software on start-up, and others. Click next.

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Now the installer will automatically.

Volume2 works great during our test on both Windows 7 and XP. This should work on Windows Vista too.

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