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Switch sound output /w shortcut

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35 minutes ago, Mokilop said:

shortcut to switch output device

Step 1: Right-click the desktop, point at New on the context menu and tap Shortcut in the sub-menu to open a new shortcut.

Step 2: Type %windir%\system32\mmsys.cpl and tap Next in the Create Shortcut window.

Step 3: Enter Sound and choose Finish in the following window.

 

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b&q=sound+shortcut+windows+10

I need to switch between my speakers and headphones quite a lot so I was wondering

is there any way other than sound switch to use a shortcut to switch output device

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35 minutes ago, Mokilop said:

shortcut to switch output device

Step 1: Right-click the desktop, point at New on the context menu and tap Shortcut in the sub-menu to open a new shortcut.

Step 2: Type %windir%\system32\mmsys.cpl and tap Next in the Create Shortcut window.

Step 3: Enter Sound and choose Finish in the following window.

 

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b&q=sound+shortcut+windows+10

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