Error may occur when using 6-channel audio systems.
At the moment, the Windows 10 hotfix updates that became available on Tuesday don’t seem to cause any major problems, but a relatively minor but annoying issue has been revealed: 5.1 users may hear high-frequency audio when using some applications and under certain conditions.
The new bug affects the versions of Windows 10 released last year, the authorities are already working on a solution, and a patch that will come at some point in the future will fix the problem. Meanwhile, Microsoft has come up with two options to solve the problems: stakeholders will either try to use other apps in place of beeps, or activate one of the OS’s spatial audio solutions.
For the latter, right-click the volume control icon in the taskbar, then point to the surround sound menu, at least the Windows Sonic headphones option should appear at the factory.
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