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How to Quickly Change Audio Output Device in Windows Vista from System Tray

by Shivaranjan on August 25, 2008

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For people who are using multiple sound cards in their computers for gaming, music etc, changing the default sound output device Windows Vista requires navigating to Control panel and then to Sounds menu. This can be sometimes a hindrance if you have to do this frequently.

To do this in single click there is a cool free utility called Vista Audio Changer using which you can change the default Audio / Sound output device in Windows Vista from your system tray.

To change the default audio / sound device all you have to do is right click on the Vista Audio Changer in system tray and select the desired audio / sound output device.

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This utility mimics user’s actions: systematically opening the Control Panel dialog, selecting the appropriate sound card and finally setting it as the default device.

Download Vista Audio Changer

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