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SoundVolumeCommandLine is the console edition of the SoundVolumeView application, providing commands to manipulate sound options for the local system and the running programs. While it does not come with a standard interface, it can be used by more advanced users and developers who need to perform actions related to the sound volume.

Running the executable file in the Windows console reveals a few usage examples that give you a hint on how this application works and what it can do. Unfortunately, there is no built-in help system to display a list of commands, as it is usually the case with console-based applications. On the other hand, the “readme” file inside the archive bundles even more usage examples and an extensive list of commands is available online.

But what SoundVolumeCommandLine can actually do?  

Well, for instance, you can use it to modify the volume level for a certain application that is running on your computer, such as a web browser.   The system volume and audio device can also be controlled via SoundVolumeCommandLine. You can execute a command to mute or unmute the speakers, lower or incrrease the audio volume or even mute the system sounds. The application also gives you control over the microphone device, allowing you to easily switch between “mute” and “unmute” state. The default render device can be changed with SoundVolumeCommandLine.

“Stdout” command available 

The console-based application also comes with a “Stdout” command, which sends the information to the standard output (stdout) instead of returning it through the code of the executable file. The returned value is then displayed inside the command prompt and you can see it on the screen.

Control the sound options via the command line 

The console-based edition of SoundVolumeView allows you to control the sound via the Windows console instead of a regular user interface. While it might not be convenient to some, more advanced users will surely enjoy its features.

Uninstalling SoundVolumeCommandLine software

1. On your keyboard, press the Windows button
add remove programs
2. Type “add” then click the “Add or remove programs”
3. Next it will display the the “Apps & Features”
uninstall SoundVolumeCommandLine
4. On Search this list box type SoundVolumeCommandLine name
5. Last step is click the Uninstall button.

File Size

70 KB

Operating Systems:

Windows 11
Windows 10 32/64 bit
Windows 2008 32/64 bit
Windows 8 32/64 bit
Windows 7 32/64 bit
Windows Vista 32/64 bit


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