Whether you're hosting an online team meeting or chatting with your friends, in addition to your camera, you also need your system's microphone to work properly. The microphone volume plays an important role in the progress of the meeting or chat session, so the microphone volume must be adjusted correctly.
For an overall satisfactory experience, the microphone volume cannot be set too high or too low. You need a balanced volume so that the person on the other side can hear you correctly. So, let's see how to adjust the microphone volume in Windows 10.
Solution: via the audio settings
Step 1: Go to Speaker icon at the bottom right of the system Application bar. Right-click on it and click Open the audio settings.
Step 2: A Audio settings window, go to Registration section and click Device properties in blue.
Step 3: In the next window, go to Related settings window and click Additional device properties.
Step 4: A Microphone properties window, go to the Levels tab and now adjust the file Microphone volume.
Here the volume is set to 100, but you can set it to any other value. Just make sure it is placed on a higher side so that the system correctly detects the sound.
Step 5: Also, double check the speaker button next to it. Make sure it's not disabled. Disable the icon if you view it silently.
After adjusting the microphone volume to suit your needs, press ok to save changes and exit. By closing the Microphone Properties and Audio Settings window, you can now double check by making a Skype call, for example to check if the microphone volume is perfect now.
That's all. So, this is how you adjust the microphone volume in Windows 10.