Question about Computers & Internet
There is no way to automatically toggle between the sound device but by indeed going to Control Panel-Sound or right-clicking on the volume icon on system tray and adjusting audio properties like what you've been doing. You may just want to create a shortcut on your desktop to make the toggling a little easier. This has been a limitation since and that no one hasn't found a workaround.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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