Windows comes with various sound adjustments that you can make to enhance your listening experience. However, these settings can sometimes get messed up or not work at all, resulting in poor audio output or other problems. The best thing to do in this situation is to reset all audio settings.
In this article, we’ll see how to reset audio settings in Windows 11/10. So, let’s begin.
Reset All Audio Settings in Windows 11/10
You can reset all Audio Settings in Windows using the Settings app and the Device Manager. Let’s see them in detail one by one:
1. Reset Audio Settings via Settings
- Press the Windows + I key combination to open Settings.
- Navigate to System > Sound > Volume Mixer.
- Scroll down and click on Reset sound devices and volumes for all apps to the recommended defaults.
2. Reset Audio Settings via Device Manager
- Click on Start, search for Device Manager, and open it.
- Expand Audio inputs and outputs and right-click on Speakers(Realtek (R)Audio). It’s the main audio driver on most devices.
- Here, click on Uninstall device.
- Once, you’ve uninstalled it, restart your device, and your device will reset all audio settings to their default.
How do I Reset my whole Sound settings on Windows 10?
To reset the Sound settings on your Windows PC, open Settings and navigate to Sound > Volume Mixer. Here, scroll down to the bottom and click on Reset sound devices and volumes.
How do I restart Windows audio Service in Windows 11?
To do so, open Services and search for Windows Audio. Right-click on the service and click on Restart.