How to Save Sound Level of Different Apps using SoundVolumeView

You know that Windows is an easy-to-use operating system for computers and there are lots of free and paid software available for this OS. Some time you might have missed a feature that will let you set different sound level automatically at different situations.

Let’s say you are playing game and you want to hear the sound through your headphone. Obviously, we want to hear the game sound quite loud when we don’t want to do so when we are listening a soft music. Isn’t it? Or suppose, you are playing game and have opened Facebook in your browser. Whenever you get a notification, your browser will play a sound. This sound may be a reason of your confusion.

So, instead of decreasing the volume level manually, you can easily switch to SoundVolumeView. This is a free portable software for your Windows PC. This tool can save all the sound level in a file and you can import that file anytime whenever you need that.

Introducing SoundVolumeView:

This software is available for Windows 2008, Windows 7 and Windows 8. You can use it on both i.e. 32 and 64 it machine.

Just download a free copy of SoundVolumeView and run it on your PC. You will get a screen something like the following picture;

Save Sound Level of Different Apps using SoundVolumeView

You just have to select all the volume level and export the file in your hard drive. To export sound components, you can navigate to File >> Save Sound Profile. On the other end, if you want to check entire details of a sound system just double click on any one of them. A screen like below image will be appeared;


If you want to increase or decrease the volume level of anything, just select that and navigate to Volume >> Increase/Decrease.


Here are also some keyboard shortcuts for increasing or decreasing your sound level;

Increase Volume 1%: Ctrl + 1

Decrease Volume 1%: Ctrl +2

Increase Volume 5%: Ctrl + 3

Decrease Volume 5%: Ctrl + 4

Increase Volume 10%: Ctrl + 5

Decrease Volume 10%: Ctrl + 6

Mute/Unmute Switch: F9

Mute: F7

Unmute: F8

That’s all! Hope this software will help you a lot.

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