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Is there a way Volume increases automatically when Alarm?

@New display name REQUIRED No, I don't think so. Unlike in Android, where you can set different audio levels for notifications, alarms and ringtone, in Windows, volume settings for apps and system alerts is overridden by the speaker volume. 1992030716_Annotation2020-07-03225631.jpg.98f7a255d45513ac4de5a09b1a519134.jpg

See, the speaker's audio settings will override every other.

"MAYBE" it is possible with Task Scheduler. But don't take my word for it, I'm not an expert in Task Scheduler..

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is there a way Volume increases automatically when Alarm?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Hold-Ma-Beer said:

@New display name REQUIRED What device are you talking about? Specify.

oh yeah sorry about that, im running Windows 10 newest update, I want my main PC audio to turn up to XX% Volume whenever alarm play


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Hold-Ma-Beer said:

@New display name REQUIRED By alarm, you mean clock alarm or system alerts?

Clock alarm


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@New display name REQUIRED No, I don't think so. Unlike in Android, where you can set different audio levels for notifications, alarms and ringtone, in Windows, volume settings for apps and system alerts is overridden by the speaker volume. 1992030716_Annotation2020-07-03225631.jpg.98f7a255d45513ac4de5a09b1a519134.jpg

See, the speaker's audio settings will override every other.

"MAYBE" it is possible with Task Scheduler. But don't take my word for it, I'm not an expert in Task Scheduler..

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