|05 Nov 2012||#1|
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Setting Default Communications Device using a shortcut or script?
I bought myself a Logitech G930 wireless headset and it works great. Only problem is that when I want to use it I have to Control Panel > Sound > and 'Set as Default Device'
When I want to use my main speakers again I have to do the whole process again. Could I somehow make a shortcut, or a script that could do it automatically by just clicking on it? That way I could leave it on the desktop making it faster.
Or any other ideas?
The headset uses it's own drivers.
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