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Windows Log-off: Automatically Change Volume?

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    Windows 8.1 Pro Media Center x64

    Windows Log-off: Automatically Change Volume?


    I've been looking for this kind of option ever since XP, but never found it.

    What I would like to know is whether or not there is a way for Windows to automatically reset its sound volume to a specified level upon log-off/shutdown.

    It would be nice to not have my volume up at level 60 when I log onto my PC and get blasted by music in my face.

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    Nothing that I know of.
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Windows Log-off: Automatically Change Volume?
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