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Volume² is an advanced Windows volume control, 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. Available languages: Russian, Ukrainian, English, Chinese, Armenian, German, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Arabic, Brazilian, Bulgarian, Byelorussian, Czech, Dutch, French, Greece, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Vietnamese.


*Fixed bug with hang system when connected USB device (on some PCs with Win7 x64)
+Added function disable Volume²
+Added mode OSD "gadget" (OSD always shows)
+Added feature repairing the volume when you start the program (for Win7, when the some users on single PC)
+Added one more place volume control with the wheel: Anywhere on the screen
+In the system tray added option set default device
+Added function Mute all except active application on hotkeys
+Added OSD skin options
+Added new parameter for command string DEBUG (All errors shown on screen)
+Added option auto restart hooks
+Added new function to hotkeys: Set brightness percent
+Added feature Peak Meter on OSD
+Added keys wiche you can set as hotkeys in Volume²: Win+Up, Win+Down, Win+Left, Win+Right
+Add events on hotkey: Power off PC, Reboot PC, Turn off monitor(only for StandBy)
*Fixed bug with volume control in application list(x64)
*Fixed: PeakMeter placement on the second monitor
+Added PeakMeter binding to the device by default (automatic switching)
+Added ability to control the recording devices(Win7/Win8)

Windows XP , Vista , Win7, Win8

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 "Volume²."

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PrincePorn Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
In Windows 8/8.1, there is an OSD! 

I mean this one. 
irzyxa Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
You control volume with hardware keys? I read info about windows osd and cannot find have it disable(may be it's windows bug).
PrincePorn Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014
Yes, i use the hardware keys from my Logitech G110. But the OSD in my screen cames from Windows and not from a Logitech software. 
Amtakar Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
I'm a little confused about why the formatting has changed for the mouse settings. I have two devices that I wish to control with the mouse wheel. But the only way to do that is to make one of them activated all the time in the location specified. I don't want this. I want one hotkey for Device 1 and one hotkey for Device 2. The configuration for the mouse seems really weird. Essentially if you move "Alternative device: a mouse wheel" outside of the "Rotating a mouse wheel over" tree it would fix my problem. Pretty please? Your app is the best volume app available! Thanks for making it!
irzyxa Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
You can configure hotkeys as on screenshot
Amtakar Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
And now I just figured out how to do it in the keyboard settings. I feel stupid.
tetsu03 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013
in windows 8.1 x64, volume2 always shows the options screen at startup. Can you add an option to turn it off?
irzyxa Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013
You should remove copy of program VolumeČ from autorun(Ctrl+Alt+Del tab Autorun)
tetsu03 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2013
Thanks, you rocks. Everything's ok now.
HelmicXGEN Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2013
I guess I posted my earlier comment in the wrong thread.

I'm really loving this so far.  However, Volume2 won't adjust the volume if the OSD won't display, like in a game - no sound to let you know the new volume, no volume adjustment at all.  I test this with a couple DirectX games and got the same result.

It'd also be great if there was an option to play a sound at every increment.  Waiting until after you stop adjusting the volume isn't particularly helpful in finding a good volume to go with.

It'd also be nice if the UI had an easy-to-find option to change the increment number.  As it is, it seems it can only go by 2's, I'd like to change that to 5's.
irzyxa Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013
OSD in DirectX hard for realize, and may be will be available in future.
Play sound - need change Config.ini file(close program, change and run again). Set parameter DelayBeforePlaySound to 50.
Increment number - this option named "Volume changing speed" - for increment to 5% need set 20 steps.
HelmicXGEN Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013
Thanks, the config.ini tweak worked! It'd be great if I didn't have to dig in Appdata/Roaming/Volume2 to find and tweak it, but I'm just glad I can get that feedback now!

I'm glad to hear that DirectX compatibility is being considered, the times I want to fiddle with my volume the most is when I'm playing games.

The increment number isn't changing when I change the volume changing speed.  Whether it's set to 2 or 100, there isn't any difference in how fast it changes the volume.  It doesn't seem to change anything at all, I think it's broken.  If you do fix it again, would it be possible to have it set the speed in percent increments instead of steps?  I imagine most people aren't going to know what an arbitrary unit like steps actually means.\

Thanks for the response!
prokey123 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
Thanks irzyxa for answering this question (and I guess HelmicXGEN for asking it!) it helped me too.
xvoyager Featured By Owner Edited Aug 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
To increase or decrease volume with 5 units go to Main and set:
- Control method to Logarithmic
- Volume changing speed to 20 steps

For me, this method has an issue... a little lag, but the other methods works well.
HectoRUA Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
when i update to win8, the one thing that i realy like - volume bar. and now i can use it in win7. sweeeet, dreams come true. thx a lot. but a little suggestion, maybe if volume at 100 and u try to add more it need to show osd, now it didnt. peace
slowboyfast Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
I was using 3RVX for a long time, but this, this is even better!
rubdoo Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013
persiomenezes Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013
Just amazing! I love this software!
p-smert Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
Found a bug,
Entering a keyboard shortcut for switching to NEXT default audio playback device in Win 7,
this version switches to the next RECORDING device instead!

I also found a workaround disabling my second recording device, leaves only one in recording,
and the shortcut now works for playback devices again.

(It worked flawlessly in 1.1.2. I use this functions ten times a day it's great!)

Hope this helps,
and congrats on your work,
this utility is a MUST have!!!
irzyxa Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
This bug fixed in release version
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