Windows 10 update leak reveals exciting new changes

Windows 10 volume controls

There are several highly-requested features in Windows 10 and a
new volume flyout is one of them. As we
reported recently, one of the most essential features of
Windows – taskbar volume controls could be finally getting a
big overhaul in Windows 10 20H2 update, which is due to release
in October.

Windows 10 Build 19603 contains the new volume control that
suggests there will be a new way to adjust your system’s sound
in the near future.

Microsoft remains tight-lipped on the likelihood of revamped
Windows 10 audio controls and Brandon LeBlanc previously said
the company wouldn’t comment on unreleased features for

The new volume control design seems to be inspired by Windows
10X and it has Fluent Design too, which is actually a good
thing, as users have been requesting for some new design

Volume controls

At the moment, Windows 10’s built-in volume control, which can
be accessed from the icon of the speaker in the taskbar, is
pretty basic, but it looks like it will be updated to become
much more useful.

As you can see in the above screenshot, the new volume control
menu still supports third-party apps such as Spotify. It will
also feature multimedia playback controls, so you can play,
pause, skip tracks, and adjust the sound when you’re playing

If particular music comes with the album artwork and meta
information, details such as the singer, album or series name
will also be displayed. In our own testing, the volume control
menu works with major media playing apps such as Spotify and
Groove Music.

Microsoft is testing another feature called ‘What’s new’ page
in settings, which will highlight the new features in the OS
and it’s hidden in code because it’s not yet ready for

The new volume menu popped up in Windows 10 20H2 and we’ll hear
more about this when it is ready.

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