Windows 10 19H1 to Kill Off the Classic Volume Mixer

The upcoming Windows 10 19H1 update is likely to kill off the legacy volume mixer in the operating system, instead moving users to a modern interface that’s part of the Settings app.

Specifically, the most recent preview build of this Windows 10 feature update no longer launches the classic volume mixer, but the updated version that aligns in terms of looks with the other modern apps in the operating system.

Prior to build 18272, users who right-clicked the volume icon in the system tray and clicked the Volume Mixer were provided with the legacy interface also available in previous Windows versions, like Windows 7.

Microsoft hasn’t yet announced this change, but given that it has already been implemented in the preview builds of Windows 10 19H1, there’s a good chance it’s going to be part of the next feature update for production devices as well.

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