moderated Re: How To Adjust Windows Sounds Volume On A Windows 10 PC
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Sorry, I didn’t realise that system sounds and windows sounds were two different things. Pleased you managed to get it all sorted though tom using Bill’s solution.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Tom Behler
Sent: 17 May 2022 14:48
Subject: Re: How To Adjust Windows Sounds Volume On A Windows 10 PC
System volume is apparently different from Windows system sounds volume.
I found this out by originally adjusting the system volume with the layered key strokes you suggest, but that did not solve my issue.
This is why I posted my quiry to the list.
I was given a solution by Bill White last night, which worked perfectly.
Just as another solution, there is also a specific layered jaws key stroke command for this too. So in the way you use other jaws layered key strokes, press and hold jaws key then press space, then release both keys (you’ll hear the layered jaws key stroke sound at this point), then press V (for volume), then either press J if you want to adjust jaws volume, or S if you want to adjust system volume, then simply use the up and down arrow keys to adjust the volume. As you adjust volume jaws should announce the new volume percentage. Hope this helps
For reasons that I don’t quite understand, the Windows Sounds volume has become quite high on one of my Windows 10 PC’s.
I thought the problem would be corrected by reducing the system volume, but that did not help.
Can someone tell me how to specifically adjust the Windows sounds folume?
Once again, I’m using the latest build of Jaws on a Windows 10 PC here.
Dr. Tom Behler From Michigan