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  • Volumouse

    From authors website: Volumouse provides you a quick and easy way to control the sound volume on your system - simply by rolling the wheel of your wheel mouse. It...

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  • Sound Lock

    Sound Lock allows you to limit the volume of your playback by detecting the loudness and lowering it to the level you have set.

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  • Volwheel

    VolWheel is a little application which lets you control the sound volume easily through a tray icon you can scroll on. It is written in Perl/Gtk2 and works both for ALSA...

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • KMix

    KMix is an application to allow you to change the volume of your sound card. Though small, it is full-featured, and it supports several platforms and sound drivers. ...

    Free Open Source Linux KDE

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  • Volti

    Volti is an GTK+ application for controlling audio volume from system tray/notification area.

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Volume2 Comments

It looks nice.

Comment by Tidaka
about Volume2 · Sep 2015 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I installed it, chose English but it is in a different language. If i could switch it to English I'd love to try it out.

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No longer in development?

Comment by User4894008
about Volume2 · Nov 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Their Google Code page is no longer existing? When I visit their site I receive a 404 error.

It's sad because this is the most efficient volume changer for windows by far-hands down.
No reason to argue as this is too godlike and simply works. The developers even give you option for portable download.

If their website has been changed or they moved on to a new venue please let people know!

For those who don't know "AlternativeTo" should be the standard software spot for any update info.

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You always can download latest version from author blog:
http://my.opera.com/irzyxa/blog/
P.S. Google delete my page, because my project Free, but not Open Source

He just fixed the issues with Windows 10 Creators Update. I sent him an e-mail and it was fixed some days later. He might not have the old websites active but he still works on the app.