Easily switch between ANY sound device on your Windows PC. (Windows Vista and above only)
Using this application you can switch output OR input sound devices at the click of a button, or the press of a key.
I designed this application to be incredibly small and lightweight. There is no bloat, it does exactly what it should, nothing more, nothing less.
There is an inbuilt update checking system, or you can check manually. There aren't many updates as Audio Switcher is pretty mature.
Update to the new version..! There are multiple bug fixes, including a few day zero bugs that have been identified and resolved.
Version 2, is well in the works and will include:
- Better Audio Api
- New UI, flatter, more consistent look
- New Icon
- Windows Vista/7/8 32-bit or 64-bit (Vista and 32-bit remains untested, but assumed working)
- .NET 3.5
Updated with a Donate Link.
Version 2 is on GitHub. See GitHub repo above.
- Change Windows Default Audio devices without opening Control Panel
- Windows Vista/7/8 32/64 bit
- Full Global Hot Key support which allows you to change the default audio device with the press of a key
- Favourite Devices - Only your "favourite" devices will show up in the Tray Icon Menu.
- Quick switch: Click on the notification icon once and it will cycle through your favourited devices! Great if you have two devices you switch between often.
- Settings support for closing to tray, starting minimized to tray and running at start up (using a registry key)
- Optional: Periodically check for updates
Does what it says on the tin, quite well.
Tried a few of these but this is the only one that actually works. Would love to have a hotkey that acts the same as clicking the tray icon (cycle through faves).
Audioswitcher works wonderful.
Incredible program. Lightweight, fast, exactly what I needed. Uses about 13MB of RAM, which is about 1/3 of what other similar programs were using. Definitely recommended.
Sweet program. No installation so, before running place in folder in program files to enable run from start-up. Ensure devices attached when you run so they can be detected.