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do you use Volume² ?

Hi
seen I use mostly windows , and windows 10 or 7 or even w 11 have an ugly volume osd ,
reported to be 100% portable , so it does write in the registry or files
would like to know if i can increase and switch between wsapi / asio or primary sound driver

may I you if do you use Volume²  ?
and what do you think about it
thanks

Re: do you use Volume² ?

Reply #1
windows 10 or 7 or even w 11 have an ugly volume osd ,
reported to be 100% portable
What?

may I you if do you use Volume²  ?
and what do you think about it
thanks
I leave Windows set to 100% and control volume in FB2K.
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.


Re: do you use Volume² ?

Reply #3
windows 10 or 7 or even w 11 have an ugly volume osd ,
reported to be 100% portable
What?

may I you if do you use Volume²  ?
and what do you think about it
thanks
I leave Windows set to 100% and control volume in FB2K.
Hi
for portable stealth , it does mean that volume2 doesn't write in the registry or leave some files , in short like foobar2000 portable
it does include advanced features and it has several custom osd
in short seems a very nice open source or free program
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I leave Windows set to 100% and control volume in FB2K.
do you use foobar in exclusive event (seen if i'm not wrong is more updated /new than push ) ?
volume2 should controll other application too
thanks
sorry english it's not my native language

Re: do you use Volume² ?

Reply #4
for portable stealth , it does mean that volume2 doesn't write in the registry or leave some files , in short like foobar2000 portable
it does include advanced features and it has several custom osd
in short seems a very nice open source or free program
I'm sorry, I can't advise you.  I'm a great believer of asking the right question in the right place, and it seems to me this question would be best addressed to the volume2 developers.

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sorry english it's not my native language
So maybe write in you native language and run it through Google Translate?
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.