In Windows 10, there are a number of options which you can use to change sounds for different system events, configure output and input devices, and more. Starting with Windows 10, Microsoft has added the ability to rename audio devices to the Settings app.
Mono audio is a special Accessibility feature of Windows 10 that makes sure that even if a listener has an issue with one ear or one audio channel, he or she will never miss a word or sound of audio playing in a stereo headset or multichannel speakers. For many years, the audio we listen to has come with distinct left and right channels. In this case, the listener receives a different audio stream from both channels with different sounds. Unlike stereo, monoaural audio plays the same stream via both channels. Windows 10 includes a native option to enable Mono audio output.
As promised earlier, Microsoft today added support for Vorbis, Theora and Ogg codecs to Windows 10. A special package is available in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft today revealed that they are adding support for three new media formats in Windows 10. Vorbis, Theora and Ogg will be supported natively by built-in and third-party apps.