Vista Audio Changer
Vista Audio Changer addresses a small group of users that are on the lookout for an application software to better manage the audio devices installed within the computer, as the Windows program alternative is just not enough for the liking of some of them.
For starters, Windows Vista was the first version of the Microsoft operating system that also changed, amongst many other things, the way you can work with the audio devices of your computer, by allowing quick access to the playback as well as the recording devices through the help of the system tray sound icon contextual menu.
Thus, it was then possible to quickly and easily set the default playback device, yet some users would have wanted something more sophisticated. This is where Vista Audio Changer steps in, adding functions and various options to the audio device management system. With Vista Audio Changer, you do not only set an order for the available audio devices, but you can also make use of the integrated OSD (on-screen display), the hotkey device scrolling as well as the very interesting application monitoring.
The very last part of the aforementioned enumeration is the key feature of Vista Audio Changer and it totally redefines the way you manage your audio devices. All you have to do is add applications by setting up a friendly name, the process name and the device to be used whenever they are detected for each and every one of them.
All in all, Vista Audio Changer is a true game-changer when it comes to audio device management, as you can now use different audio outputs for video games, music or movies in case you posses the necessary hardware to be able to achieve that in the first place. If you are still using Windows Vista and you work with several audio devices, then Vista Audio Changer is one of the few recommendations.