Master Volume setting

Pretty much a necessity for any game with varying audio levels that you want to lower/raise all at once on the fly.

nah is not needed, many people don't know but Windows 10 has a audio mixer and you can regulate the master volume of a program running there, making the master volume in games complete pointless

Windows 7 does as well.

@Jamesmor said in Master Volume setting:

nah is not needed, many people don't know but Windows 10 has a audio mixer and you can regulate the master volume of a program running there, making the master volume in games complete pointless

still, you can bind options to a button (mine is bound to o) and quickly change settings on the fly, if you play in exclusive full screen even on a good PC alt-tabbing will take a while...

@Weirdo well if is from what had that then is since Vista but because all those are dead OS I not gonna talk about then

@Kurumi-Tokisaki sure you can bind it but like all Microsoft does in order to do it you need to dig out how to do it by your own, still using audio mixer is better after all you can control all programs volumes there at the same time