This site may have something. they try to reccommend only clean apps

On Thursday, March 13, 2014 9:17 AM, Tony <> wrote:
Perhaps my memory fails me, but when it comes to recording your system's audio, I thought the
"recent" versions of Windows (meaning Vista or newer) deliberately thwarted/prevented recording your
system's audio.  Am I mistaken about that?

However, I learned about a nice little utility named "Moo0 Voice Recorder."  I've been using it for
a couple of years or so and it works like a charm.  It's available from CNet* and also directly from
the creator's web site at At CNet, out of five stars, the editors give it a
five star rating, with a user average rating of 4.5 stars.

* I like CNet, BUT in recent years they've been including "junkware" in their program installers and
opting out of the junk can be tricky.  If you trust the software creator's own site, it's sometimes
safer to get your download from there.

Good luck.


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