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Windows 7: Windows 8 style volume control for touch screen in Windows 7

03 Dec 2012   #1

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Windows 8 style volume control for touch screen in Windows 7

Hiya everyone, I have this tablet laptop convertible thingymadoob right, by Gigabyte, a T1125P. And I was wondering if anybody had come across a nice way to change the volume using a touch screen, I tried windows 8 for a week but it kept crashing on me so i went back to Windows 7 and no problems since, but i reallly miss that volume controller XD
If anyone has seen something similar that does this sort of thing let me know. the key reason is that when in tablet mode I have no access to physical buttons on the computer except power and a Gigabyte function button that opens the Gigabyte software..
The windows volume control in Windows 7 is hard to get spot on and takes a few goes to hit, and even then it isnt so clean at changing the volume unless im 100% accurate with my touching.
Any help is appreciated
Thanks!
-CP

^LOOL reminds me of windows messenger XD

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