Vista Audio Changer is a system tray application that can change the default sound output device in Windows Vista at the click of a mouse.

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  • Working fine for me on 7 Pro x64. I use it to switch between the digital and analog outputs of my sound card. Been running for ~2 days and the process is using 34-49mb of memory and a few CPU cycles.

  • Does not work on Win7/x64, hangs, eats resources. Uninstalling. Period.

  • Does not work for me on Windows 7. It took me a lot of time in trying and searching. No free soluton that works. There is a paid software called virtual audio streaming that can do vista audio changer or windows 7 audio changer things perfectly. http://www.virtualaudiostreaming.net/

  • excellent! works perfect win 7 x64! one suggestion though if you could make it allow 2 output devices as default it would be indispensable!I don't know why microsoft did not think to put check/tick boxes on the default audio window so you can have sound in more than one room

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