If your audio is unbalanced, or you simply want to fine-tune audio levels, follow these steps to change audio balance on Windows 11.
Want to change or set specific headphones or speakers as your default audio output device on Windows 11? Here’s how to do it.
This tutorial shows you how to rename headphones, speakers, and/or AirPods on Windows 11 to give a custom name of your choice.
This tutorial teaches how to disable the audio enhancements feature on Windows 11 if it’s causing problems or you don’t want to use it.
This tutorial shows you a simple way to change the volume with keyboard keys even when your keyboard doesn’t have multimedia keys.
If you are using a Bluetooth speaker or headphones and the volume control is not working on Windows 10/11, follow these suggestions to fix it.
With a simple trick, you can adjust or change individual Chrome tab volume. This is very helpful of site that automatically play media.
Are you experiencing audio problems on your Windows PC? Here’s how to reset and restore audio and sound settings to their default.
Using multiple audio devices? Here’s how you can switch audio output device in Windows 11 in multiple ways to use your preferred one.
Up-to-date audio drivers fix a lot of sound issues and might even improve the audio. Here’s how to update audio drivers on Windows.
Want to quickly change the volume? You can change or control the volume with your mouse scroll wheel. Here’s how.
Windows allows converting stereo to mono to make hearing easy. Here is how to disable or enable mono audio in Windows 11.