EarTrumpet is a UWP app hosted for Windows 10, it is available on the Microsoft Store. If you want to install this app, then you need to get a new redesigned Volume Mixer with one option, and you can get it from the system icons list. It does not matter what we are doing on our computer system, laptops or tablets or other devices, it involves the use of sound in some or in another way.
If you are a gamer or developer, or if you are using your computer system for office work or browsing the Internet then in certain situations you have to toggle volume on your Windows 10 computer system.
To beat this issue, Microsoft has been providing a standard volume control for a very long time in the system icons group. It is a master volume control that will always work for all the applications playing sounds. If you want to control the volume of these applications individually. But fortunately, Microsoft got you covered here as well.
How to Set Volume Mixer in Windows 10?
- To do this, you need to do the right click on the Volume Control icon and then click on the Open Volume Mixer option.
- Then you will see the Volume Mixer Control box will open up.
- It will take few minutes to proceed.
- However, with EarTrumpt application, you can do it with just a single click.
Suggestion- It is a UWP app so that you can get it from the Microsoft Store, it is free of cost app. You can get a full featured app and that too without any less of Advertisements, or limitations of services. Besides this, it is an open-sourced and hosted app on GitHub.
EarTrumpt for Windows 10:-
For windows 10 EarTrumpet will work on Windows 10 PCs running Windows 10 1803 and latest Windows 10.
What does this app do?
It has an additional Volume Control icon as default on Windows 10 Volume Control icon in the System Icons list. With the help of this you can get all the Volume Control Mixer controls in a latest Windows 10 Fluent Design and that too reachable with a single click.
Let’s find how the Volume Control center in the new design looks like?
Features in a nutshell:-
- Matches the look and feel of Windows
- Supports moving apps between playback devices
- Controls classic and modern app volumes
- Integrated with Feedback Hub.
- Controls default audio device with two clicks.
There is no doubt that this app is compatible with all the computing devices with a chip with an architecture of x86. It means, all the accessories such as- laptops, tablets and computer system running Windows 10 1803 will be compatible.
Besides that, some of the new low powered hybrid laptops and tablets that are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors will be compatible because of x 86 emulation layers present in the operating system’s architecture.
According to the developer, this is the only device that is not some compatible with the app is the Surface Hub. But Rafael is doing work hard to bring it in compatibility to the Surface Hub as well.
If you want to download this impressive app to your computer system, you need to navigate to the Microsoft Store and then install it simply.