CheVolume Crack – helps you assign the sound output of each application individually for all your connected audio devices. Each application can have a separate volume level, independently of each other, on different audio devices. You don’t need multiple sound cards, just one card with different sound outputs is enough. Start managing your audio with CheVolume. Right-click on the CheVolume icon in the system tray to open the Quick Audio Manager. With this small tool, you will globally control your audio devices. Change the volume, mute the sound or select the default audio device with just 1 click! With CheVolume, you will have complete control over the sound volume. When you are in advanced mode, you will see all the audio sessions created by windows and your applications. You can adjust the volume of windows sounds such as “Bing” when a popup appears (or “Bang” for an error message). You will see all sessions created by your applications.
1. Combined installation of the program or unpacking of the portable (PAF) version in one distribution
2. Does not require registration (igorca patch /Team URET/)
3. Interface language is English
4. Optional ability to add the program to the system startup.
System requirements: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 + Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 + Microsoft Visual C++ 2015(17) Redistributable
File size: 1.9Mb
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