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Old 2nd July, 2007, 01:52 PM
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There's a new feature I forgot to point out earlier. Vista lets you control the sound volume individually for individual applications. For example, on my system, MediaMonkey is extremely loud compared to some of my other applications, like GomPlayer. So I lowered the volume on MediaMonkey. You can access the separate volume controls by clicking on the sound icon in the notification area and clicking on "Mixer." Below is a pic of how it looks.

BTW, I used the "Snipping Tool" to take the screen shot below. The Snipping Tool lets you take screen shots of pieces of the screen. You can find it at:

Start > All Programs > Accessories > Snipping Tool

Of course you can also type in "snipping tool" into Start Search.
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