Windows 10 could get modern and new volume controls in the near future

Windows 10 has been on the receiving end of some pretty major overhauls in the last few years. From the introduction of a system-wide dark mode, Windows Sandbox or even the launch of Microsoft’s Your Phone app – the desktop operating system continues to get better with each and every upgrade.One pretty essential area that has remained free of change is the Windows 10 volume controls. In fact, it’s certainly no stretch to say the functionality has remained practically the same since the operating system launched back in 2015.

Volume controls are pretty basic in Windows 10. If you press the volume up or down keys, you’ll see an indicator appear at the top left-hand side of the display showing how loud or quiet output will be.Additionally, users are also able to click the speaker icon at the bottom right-hand side of the operating system that’ll summon a similar-looking audio indicator.However, it seems Windows 10 volume controls could finally be set for an overhaul, according to a new report from Windows Latest.

The outlet claims in the code for a recent Windows 10 preview build – 19577 – there is evidence to suggest Microsoft is working on a new volume control system.Windows Latest actually first reported Microsoft was hard at work on new volume controls for Windows 10 back in November 2018, and even showed it in action. Unfortunately, though, both the May 2019 Update and November 2019 Update came and went without its debut, suggesting the idea may have been shelved.

While the appearance of new volume controls in an early preview build suggests the feature will be coming at some point to Windows 10, we don’t know when that will be.The next major update is Windows 10 20H1 (also known as Windows 10 2004), but as that is due to arrive in April or May 2020, it’s very unlikely that the new volume controls will appear then. Even though we’ll have to wait longer, it seems that it will be worth it for anyone who plays a lot of music on their PC or laptop. Moreover, z2u.com provides Cheap Windows 10 Home CD Key for players. As an online in-game currency store for many years, we’ve received great reputation for our reliable service.

Escape From Tarkov is in all likelihood still slated to get a Steam release in the future

Another first-person shooter video game is in town. Developed by Battlestate Games, Escape from Tarkov is starting to take the industry by storm. Unfortunately, the game is only available on PC – but it comes with its own launcher. This has prompted many to begin to wonder when is Escape from Tarkov coming to Steam?

When asked about a Steam release in a 2016 interview with Wccftech, developer Pavel Dyatlov explained that the tactical shooter will make its way to the platform once the full release happens. “We will first release the game on our platform and then we will launch on Steam, that’s the plan,” said Dyatlov. Dyatlov also toyed with the idea of Escape From Tarkov coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but he then clarified console ports will only happen after the full PC launch if they do become a reality. With development taking longer than expected, console ports have gotten more and more unlikely, but a Steam release is still very much on the way according to an FAQ on the game’s official website. If you want to buy tarkov roubles, you can come to z2u.com for help. z2u.com is the best online store that has about 10 years of selling game currencies experience.

Escape From Tarkov has remained in early access much longer than originally planned, however, and a year ago players on Reddit speculated that the game has not released on Steam because the developers would receive a lot of refund requests over the state the game was in. More recently, however, consensus among players has been that while the game is in better shape, the developers will still likely only release to Steam once the game is complete.

The FAQ on the Escape from Tarkov page suggests that the game will receive a testing phase on Steam, but it has not been updated since 2015. With all of this in mind, we believe that the game will eventually release on Steam, when it’s complete… but that might be a while away yet.