How to fix sound and playback issues on Windows 10

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Email Twitter: @ronwinbeta Aug 21st, 2015 inHow-To

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can resolve them.

Microsoft has published a set of videos to help Windows 10 users solve any audio playback issues. In the first video below, Microsoft goes over the basics — check your cables and volume, check your drivers, and run a troubleshooter. If you are an experienced Windows user, you probably already know about these tips. If not, watch it below.

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Introduction to Troubleshooting Audio Issues in Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can res

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How To: Run the Audio Troubleshooter in Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can res

You can also utilize the Device Manager to look for audio issues in Windows 10. You can watch the step-by-step tutorial in the video below.

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How To: Use Device Manager to Look for Audio Issues in Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can res

If you want to change the default playback format or default playback device in Windows 10, watch the videos below. Sometimes, when we are not able to receive any audio through our speakers, that’s because our default playback device is not set properly.

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How To: Change the Default Playback Format in Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can res

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How To: Change the Default Playback Device in Windows 10

Windows 10 has been available for consumers for nearly one month now and recently we learned that there are over 50 million devices running the new operating system. With that being said, for those of you who are experiencing any audio or playback issues on Windows 10, read on to see how you can res

Hopefully these tips helped you sort out your audio and playback issues on Windows 10. If you have better suggestions, share them in the comments below. If you are looking for more Windows 10 tips, tricks, and tutorials, head over here to check out more.

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