Yes, there is a way to adjust the sound settings from Control Panel. The Sound Settings dialog box, which is part of the Control Panel, allows you to customize the audio properties of your computer. This includes changing the volume, setting a default device for audio playback, and managing sound effects and sound schemes.
To access the Sound Settings dialog box, open the Control Panel, select Hardware and Sound, and then select Sound. This will open the Sound Settings dialog box with the Playback tab selected by default. This tab displays all of the playback devices installed on your computer and allows you to choose one as the default playback device. You can also adjust the volume levels for each device individually, and use the Set Default Button to set any playback device as the new default.
The other tabs within the Sound Settings dialog box are Recording, Sounds, Communications, and Advanced. The Recording tab displays all of the recording devices connected to your computer and allows you to set one as the default device. The Sounds tab allows you to change the sound scheme associated with various events on your computer, such as errors, logins, and system start-up. The Communications tab lets you choose the sound for incoming VoIP calls and configure speech recognition settings. Lastly, the Advanced tab contains more advanced options for configuring audio properties and troubleshooting sound problems.
By using the Sound Settings dialog box, you can easily adjust the sound settings on your computer without having to manually change any settings in the registry. This makes it easy to quickly customize the audio properties of your computer and resolve any sound-related issues.