2020年04月08日

How to Boost Volume in Windows 10 & Chrome Browser (Volume Booster)

If you've ever used VLC media player, you may realize that VLC enables you to raise the volume over 100%. i.e, you can use 200% as the volume. However, Windows 10, generally, won't let you go beyond the 100% volume. If the audio you're listening to is low, boosting the amount over and above the limit can be very helpful. Thankfully, it is extremely simple to boost volume in Windows 10 and Chrome. Let me show you how.


1. Boost Volume in Windows 10


Windows includes a built-in feature called Loudness Equalization that is designed to boost Windows volume so the volume will be increased over the default limit and makes the quiet voices or sounds more audible. Not just the loudness equalization boost the sound it normalizers with very loud sounds.


As good as it is, the loudness equalization is buried deep inside the speaker properties.


Additionally, Loudness Equalization should be configured on per speaker basis to enhance volume in Windows 10. That is, for those who have a different group of speakers and headphones, you have to enable the loudness equalization for each of these devices individually to boost audio volume.


Note: under circumstances, boosting volume above normal could be unhealthy for your speakers or headphones. Add to that, some audio may appear distorted under high volume. So, be careful while using the volume booster.


1.2. Use Loudness Equalization Volume Booster in Windows 10 Boost Volume


As mentioned before, to use volume booster in Windows 10 you have to enable loudness equalization from speaker properties.


Open the beginning Menu.


Search for "Control Panel" and open it.


Select "Large icons" from the top-right drop-down menu alongside "View by".


Next, find and then click the "Sound" option.


Select the speaker you are using and click on the "Properties" button.


In the properties window, visit the "Enhancements" tab.


Select the checkbox next to "Loudness Equalization".


Click around the "Apply" button.


Click around the "Ok" button.


As soon as you save the changes, you need to see that the amount is boosted to some extent. If you wish to disable the boosted volume, all you need to do is uncheck the "Loudness Equalization" option within the Speaker Properties and save changes.


2. Boost Volume in Chrome Browser


Sometimes, you just want to boost audio from a specific browser tab, website, or a webpage like YouTube. In those cases, you don't have to use the Loudness Equalization which boosts system-wide volume. You can use a free chrome extension to boost chrome tab volume.


Open Chrome browser.


Install Volume Master chrome extension.


Now, go to the tab in which you wish to boost the volume and click on the "Volume Master" extension icon.


Make use of the slider to improve the level of the prospective chrome tab,


When utilizing Volume Master to boost chrome volume, you will notice a small rectangle in the tab name indicating the extension usage.


It is that easy to boost chrome browser volume. To normalize the amount, set the slider to 100%.


That is all. It's that easy to boost volume in Windows and Chrome.

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2020年04月07日

AMD Releases Radeon Adrenalin 2020Edition 20.4.1 for Resident Evil 3

AMD has announced the supply of a new version of its Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics driver, namely the 20.4.1 (19.50.29.20) package, which implements support for the new Resident Evil 3 title.


Moreover, the current release also removes a bug that leads to hangs or a black screen when playing Overwatch or Heroes of the Storm games, and ensures Doom Eternal launches correctly on every system configuration.


Moreover, AMD's team managed to resolve certain HDR issues, ensure Radeon ReLive streaming works properly when combined with performance metrics overlay enabled, and proper other issues as highlighted within the Release Notes below.


However, bear in mind that the present update may still encounter some issues with Enhanced Sync, Performance Metrics Overlay, Radeon WattMan, HDMI Scaling slider, and Radeon RX Vega series graphics products.


Regarding compatibility, there's two downloadable files suitable for both desktop and notebook configurations running under one of Microsoft's Windows 7 and Windows 10 OSes (only 64-bit architectures), as well as a Minimal Setup Utility directed at exactly the same platforms.


Therefore, remove any previous version present on your computer, save and run the appropriate package for your system, watch for all files necessary to be produced available, and follow all instructions displayed on the screen for a complete upgrade.


With this in mind, should you consider employing this release, download AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition Graphics Driver 20.4.1, do the installation and execute a reboot once finished. Also, return with us to stay "updated one minute ago."

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2020年04月03日

How to Delete Temporary Files in Windows 10 (clear temp files)

In a day to day operation Microsoft creates several temp files and stores them in a variety of system folders. These temporary files are very useful and permit the machine to function efficiently and faster. However, over time these temporary files can take shape up to a degree they consume several GBs worth of space in your C drive. For example, the last time I scanned my system, Windows 10 is using over 11 GB to keep temporary files. This really is in addition to the reserved storage. So, stick to the below steps and delete temporary files in Windows 10.


Microsoft not only polished but also managed to get quite easy to delete temp files in Windows 10. Previously, you'd have to manually visit different folders like temp, prefetch, recycle bin, etc., and delete files after that. Sure, Windows has a built-in tool called disk cleanup to clear temporary files and much more. However, the disk cleanup tool is pretty old and when compared to current options, it's not that easy to use. As well as, if you are a beginner user, the disk cleanup tool can be very confusing.


In Windows 10, you can use the new settings app to quickly find and delete temporary files with only a few clicks.


Delete Temporary Files in Windows 10


1. First, search for the Settings app in the start menu and open it up. You may also use the keyboard shortcut Win + I to spread out the Settings app.


2. Once the Settings app has been opened, visit "System" and then to "Storage" appearing on the left side panel of the settings page.


3. On the right panel, you will see that the settings app has listed all your drives and partitions with both available and consumed space. Since the temporary files are located in the Windows installation drive, click the C drive.


4. Once you click on the C drive, Windows 10 will scan the machine and lists the way the storage has been used. You will also see how much storage the temp files are using under the Temporary Files section. Click on the "Temporary files" button.


5. Windows 10 will further scan the temporary files and lists all of them with just how much space each kind of temporary files are utilizing. Some of the temporary files include but not restricted to files in trash can, Windows update cache, delivery optimization files, etc. To delete temporary files, simply select all of the checkboxes in the list and then click the "Remove files" button.


6. For the way many temporary files there are, it can take a few momemts to clear temporary files in Windows 10.


Once that's done, you will notice zero bytes under every single temporary file type. You can now safely close the Settings app.


That's all there is to complete and it is that easy to delete temporary files in Windows 10.

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