How do I adjust my sound settings in the Control Panel?

1. Open the Control Panel.

2. Click on “Hardware and Sound” if it is not already selected.

3. Select “Sound” to display the Sound window.

4. Select the Playback tab to adjust volume and sound settings.

5. Select the device you wish to adjust by clicking once on it and then click Properties.

6. In the Properties window, select the Levels tab to adjust the speaker, microphone and other sound levels.

7. Use the sliding scale to adjust the volumes for each device.

8. If you wish to adjust more advanced sound settings, click the Advanced button at the bottom of the Properties window.

9. In the Advanced window, use the drop-down menus to adjust sample rate, bits per sample, and other settings.

10. Click OK to save the changes when finished.

11. Repeat steps 5-10 for other sound devices if necessary.

12. It is also possible to adjust sound settings through the context menu of your sound device. Right-click on the speaker icon in the taskbar and select Playback Devices to open the sound window.

13. To adjust sound settings quickly, right-click on the speaker icon in the taskbar and select the Mixer option. This opens the Volume Mixer which allows you to adjust the sound levels for each program that is currently playing on your computer.

14. You can also access the Sound Settings through the Settings application in Windows 10. Click the Start button and type Settings in the search box to open the application. Select System, followed by Sound in the left menu to open the Sound window.

15. The Sound window can also be accessed by clicking the Speaker icon in the Taskbar. Right-click on the speaker icon and select Open Sound Settings to open the Sound window.

16. Finally, the Windows Sound Settings can also be accessed from the Control Panel. Select the View By option in the top-right corner of the Control Panel and change it to Category. Now click on Hardware & Sound and then Sound to open the Sound window.