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Volume2 is an advanced Windows volume control, a complete replacement for the standard Windows volume control.
It lets you easily change your sound volume or mute your sound by rotating your mouse wheel, by using keyboard shortcuts of your choice, or by moving your mouse pointer to an edge of your display. It supports several languages. Replace your default Volume control with a custom one using Volume2.
*Volume Notification, Mute Notification , Control from Hotkeys.
*Brightness Control using Hotkeys.
*Balance channel Control using Hotkeys.
*Screen edges, can be used, such that sliding your mouse up and down the side of the screen will toggle volume up/down
*Support events to set Volume value
*Support command line
*Plays sound on every Notification.
*CD/DVD Drive Ejection using Hotkeys.
*System tray Volume Status/Mute Icon showing current Volume.
*Support all Windows Version (Win XP , Vista , 7).
Windows XP , Vista , 7
1. Open the zip file with an unzip tool, such as WinZip or WinRar;
2. Run Setup.exe ;
3. After installation, run Volume2 shortcut on your desktop.
1. Just run Uninstall.exe in Volume2 folder
On Volume2 right click button in System tray icon select "Settings..."
Web Site: Volume2
Hi All, great app (if I could get it to do what I wants)
My gaming headphones mic active/inactive light is broken so I wanted a solution which showed mic volume while in game so I knew whether or not my mic is muted.
I have got it working fine when in desktop but when I go into full screen game mode the OSD doesn't show up?
Anyone have any suggestions as to what I am doing wrong or does it just not work in game?
HI...I'm using the latest version of Volume2 (184.108.40.2064). With windows 7 I didn't have this issue but when I am on the internet (Firefox browser), scrolling to raise or lower volume from the taskbar goes from 0-100 only. Nothing in between-no increments. But if I am playing a game or just not on the internet Volume2 works fine. I can can go anywhere from 0-100. I have a 3 32in.TV setup. If that helps. But like I said, didn't have this issue with Win7 at all. Can anyone assist?
is it possible to bind a second mouse scroll to change the volume? I want one mouse to be used as standard mouse and on the second only by turning its wheel to change the volume.
Again, the problem is that if Internet Explorer is the active window then Volume2 either turns up the volume to maximum or turns it to 0. on or off. nothing in between. I have an HP Envy with an Intel i7-4770, igb RAM, 64 bit Win7 Pro, Internet Explorer version 11. All Microsoft updates are current.
I have been using this software for more than 01 year. Working flawlessly.
Thanks for making this awesome tool and making my computer life a bit more easier.
By the way, I've designed a OSD skin for Volume2. Pls check it out HERE