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When you play games, watch a movie or listen to music, it is a very troublesome thing for adjusting the sound volume (have to go to the lower right corner to click the small loudspeaker icon). Now with Volumouse, when you wanna do that, just using mouse can figure it out easily. That means you can adjust the sound volume at will under any circumstances.
Volumouse is a very practical small (only 50kb) application, it gives you a quick and simple method (use the mouse wheel to go with Ctrl, Alt or Shift key, etc.) to control the volume of your system. That is, Volumouse allows you to define a set of rules to make sure when the mouse wheel will be used to change the sound volume.
For example, you can configure Volumouse like this: when you press down one key or have the mouse in a certain position, you can use the mouse wheel to change volume now; if not meet the conditions you defined, your mouse wheel will be used in the routine tasks as usual.
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