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Most computer users aren't aware that the operating system offers a method to change the volume of a per-app basis i.e. change the volume for each application that is capable of producing sound. Whether you are a heavy user of media software or not, you might find that volume control can be a little customizable on your computer. 

Some app might be too loud and some too quiet, so that normalizing the volume isn't always the easiest way to go. If you are on Windows 10, there are two methods we can use to customize the volume of each app that is capable of producing sound in Windows 10. 


First Method

This method does not involve any third-party app. 

1. Right-click on the volume icon in the system tray at the bottom right corner of your screen

2. Then select Open Volume Mixer. 




A window pops up with separate volume controls for each app that’s capable of producing sound. Then you can customize the volume from there. 




Second Method

This method involves the use of third-party app called Ear Trumpet. Now download it here, install it and then launch it.

Afterwards, you will see an Ear Trumpet icon in the system tray located at the bottom right corner of your screen.

Now click on it.

Then different seperate volume controls for all active apps will appear




That's all.

I still prefer the second method to the first method because it is very easy to customize the volume for each app. Not all apps volume can be customize using the first method.

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