Windows 10 is often criticized for UI inconsistency and the outdated UI of volume control, of which the outdated volume control UI is perhaps a lot easier to address. Unfortunately, Microsoft never put that in their “To-Do List.”

While there is no information as to when Microsoft is going to start work on it and replace the outdated volume control with a modern one, a third-party developer took the pain and came up with a new program called AudioFlyout to replace the outdated UI. You can download the program from his GitHub page here. Once you click on the link follow the below steps:

  1. Hit on Download and Clone and then click on Download ZIP 
  2. Download and extract the archive from the link at the bottom of the article.
  3. Click, with the mouse button, on the AudioFlyout.exe file and click on Run as administrator.
  4. If you require a User Account Control click Yes.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully replaced the old volume control UI.

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via: WBI