Way back in 2018, a leak revealed Windows 10’s built-in volume control could get a significant overhaul in a future release. For some reasons, Microsoft decided to delay Windows 10’s new volume controls but the feature could be making a comeback later this year.
In the codebase of Windows 10’s latest preview Build 19577, there are new code bits of the revamped volume controls, which suggests that Microsoft is still working on it and the idea hasn’t been cancelled yet.Right now, volume controls for Spotify, Groove Music or web browsers show up in the top left corner on Windows 10 when music is playing and users press the volume key. Windows 10’s volume flyout allows users to play, pause, or stop with multimedia keyboards and mouse.
One of the biggest changes will to the volume control menu, which is opened when you click the icon of the speaker in the right-hand side of Windows 10’s taskbar.Currently, this menu shows lets you change the overall system volume, as well as swap between output devices (such as switching between computer speakers and a headset). If you want to Buy Windows 10 Home Product Key, we z2u.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.
It looks like the new volume control menu will also feature multimedia playback controls, allowing you to play, pause and skip tracks when you’re playing music.Album artwork and information about the music you’re listening to will also be displayed, and it should work with most major media playing apps such as Spotify.
These are encouraging changes that will make using your Windows 10 PC for listening to music much more convenient. The volume controls are one of the major features of Windows 10 that Microsoft hasn’t changed for a long time, so it’s good to see the company hasn’t given up on overhauling them.
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