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Do you usually use the mouse? If not, you can do the equivalent by
being on the desktop, not having anything be selected, and pressing
the context menu key. You will be in the same menu. If something
is selected on the desktop, you can unselect it with control space.
Its a toggle for the item you are on.
On 4/17/2022 11:53 AM, Pablo Morales
I am extremely lazy, and I did the
following to make my life easier.
- I move the mouse to a place where
I was believing were no icons.
- I pressed the mouse right button
and select new then shortcut.
- It asked me for the location of
the icon and I added mmsys.cpl.
- then, I assigned a name for the
icon and press finish. Now, I can go to the desktop and find
the icon quickly or even I would be able to add a keystroke
to open this dialog with just one keystroke.
You can do a couple of things:
1. Visit the classic sound settings by
either going to the classic control panel by going to run
and typing control, or visit them directly by going to run
and typing mmsys.cpl
2. You can get to them by using the
start menu search. Just search for sound mixer Options.
3. You can also get to them by using
I have been using Windows 11 for a
few weeks and I am pretty happy with the speed and
response of the operating system. However, I have no
found a easy way to switch sound devices on my
computer. On windows 10, this task was very easy.
Using a screen reader, I only had to press insert F11
to open the system tray, look for the sound settings,
and press enter, then select sound configurations and
select my audio device. On windows 11, I can take the
similar steps. However these steps are not longer
useful because the screens and dialogs are different,
longer and complex.
Does anyone know a easy way to
switch the audio device on windows 11?
Thanks in advance,
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