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  1. System Enable or Disable Audio Enhancements in Windows 11

    Audio enhancement packages are designed to enhance your specific audio hardware performance and quality. Available audio enhancements will vary depending on the manufacturer. Sometimes these audio enhancements can cause problems with audio and sound. If you encounter an audio or sound problem...
  2. System Change Sound Input Device Volume Level in Windows 11

    If the volume level from your sound input device (ex: microphone) is too low or high, you can easily adjust the volume level to what you want on demand in Windows 11. This tutorial will show you how to change the volume level for sound input devices for your account in Windows 11. Option...
  3. System Turn On or Off Mono Audio in Windows 11

    Windows lets you convert stereo sound into a single channel with mono audio so you can hear everything, even if you're using just one headphone. People with partial hearing loss or deafness in one ear can turn on mono audio to have Windows play audio from both the left and right audio channels...
  4. System Enable or Disable Spatial Sound in Windows 11

    Spatial sound is an enhanced immersive audio experience that simulates a realistic environment where sounds can flow around you, including overhead, in three-dimensional (3D) virtual space. Spatial sound provides an enhanced atmosphere which traditional surround sound formats cannot. See also...
  5. System Turn On or Off Notification Sounds in Windows 11

    Notifications are alerts from apps, system, and other senders. Windows 11 shows notifications on the lock screen (Win+L), Notification Center (Win+N), and notification banners at the lower-right corner of the screen above the taskbar on the main display. A sound will play by default when a...
  6. System Mute and Unmute Sound Output Volume in Windows 11

    The default audio playback device is the device that Windows uses to output (play) sound. While you can adjust the volume level of individual devices and apps, sometimes you may just want to mute and unmute the volume as needed without affecting the set volume level. This tutorial will show...
  7. Devices Change Default Sound Input Device in Windows 11

    The default sound input device is the device that Windows uses for speaking or recording. When you connect more than one microphone or other recording devices to your PC, you can select which device you want to use by default. This tutorial will show you different ways to change the default...
  8. System Change Sound Output Volume Level in Windows 11

    If the volume level from your sound output device is too low or high, you can easily adjust the volume level to what you want on demand in Windows 11. This tutorial will show you how to change the volume level for apps and sound output devices for your account in Windows 11. Option One...
  9. Devices Change Default Sound Output Device in Windows 11

    The default audio playback device is the device that Windows uses to output (play) sound. When you connect multiple audio output devices such as speakers, headphones, Bluetooth headset, or other audio devices to your PC, you can select which device you want to use by default. This tutorial...
  10. Accessibility Turn On or Off Toggle Keys Tone in Windows 11

    Toggle Keys causes a tone to sound when you press the Caps Lock, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock keys. This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off Toggle Keys for your account in Windows 11. Option One: Turn On or Off Toggle Keys using Keyboard Shortcut Option Two: Turn On or Off Toggle Keys...
  11. Personalization Enable or Disable Startup Sound in Windows 11

    The startup sound was disabled by default in Windows 10. The startup sound for Windows 11 has returned in which you will hear when your PC boots up to the Lock screen and is ready to go for you to sign in. This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable playing the Windows startup sound...
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