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Saturday, March 06, 2010

Display On-Screen Volume Control Indicator In Windows Desktop

Display On-Screen Volume Control Indicator In Windows DesktopFor me, the default volume slider of Windows is way too simple and small. If you want an eye candy version of the volume indicator then you have to try 3RVX. It is a skinnable volume display and controller that shows the sound volume level on-screen and also allows you to control the volume via a skinnable slider or custom hotkeys. By default, you can choose from 8 different skins. You can change the default hot keys by pressing right-click on its icon in the system tray and select Settings from the popup menu. The default shortcut are Window Key + MouseWheelDown for decrease volume and Window Key + MouseWheelUp for increase volume.


3RVX Volume Control Settings

You can also change other settings such as General Settings, Display and Skin. If you want a skin other than the default 8 skins, you can download it from here. 3RVX works on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

3RVX on-screen skinnable volume display

Download 3RVX via [matt.malensek.net]

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, 3VRX doesn't work well with 64-bit Windows. Instead, try a free app called Sound Volume Hotkeys: http://www.softarium.com/soundvolumehotkeys/

Anonymous said...

excellent , tried it on xp sp3