1. To adjust the sound settings in Windows 10, you can access the Sound Settings window from the Control Panel.
2. To open the control panel, search for “Control Panel” in the Start menu. You can also press the Windows key + X or right-click on the Start button to open the Quick Access menu, then select Control Panel.
3. Once you are in the Control Panel, look for the Hardware and Sound section.
4. Under the Hardware and Sound section, click on the link titled “Change system sounds”. This will open the Sound Settings window.
5. In the Sound Settings window, you can customize the sound effects and volume settings for your computer.
6. At the top of the window, there are tabs for adjusting the Sounds, Hardware and Communications (which includes speaker and microphone settings).
7. The Sounds tab allows you to customize the sound files used by your system for various processes.
8. To adjust a sound setting, click on the drop-down menu next to the sound description and choose from a list of available sounds.
9. The Hardware tab lets you change the default audio device and adjust the sound levels for each device.
10. To adjust a sound level, click on the arrow icon below the device name and slide it up and down to increase or decrease the sound level.
11. The Communications tab provides you with audio settings for your microphone, such as the input/output balance and echo cancellation.
12. To adjust these settings, click on the arrow icon to the left of the microphone name and tweak the settings as desired.
13. The last tab, Enhancements, allows you to tweak other sound-related settings such as bass boost, surround sound, and equalizer.
14. To adjust these settings, toggle any of the available enhancements on or off.
15. When you have finished adjusting the sound settings, click “OK” to save the changes.
16. Your Windows 10 system should now be using the sound settings you customized.