Windows 10 Is Getting Media Controls for Sound Volume Flyout

Microsoft is updating the sound volume flyout in Windows 10 with a highly anticipated feature - it will allow the user to control media app, e.g. to pause your audio or video player, or switch the track.

The change has already landed in Windows 10 build 19603, however, it is a work-in-progress, so it is hidden and doesn't appear. The twitter user Albacore was managed to get it working. Here is a screenshot of the new feature:

Windows 10 Media Controls For Volume Slider Flyout Windows 10 Media Controls For Volume Slider Flyout (1)

Build 19603 is notable for such hidden features. Its another interesting addition is a 'What's new' page in Settings. See

Windows 10 Receives What’s New Page in Settings

You can try to unlock the updated user interface with the mach2 tool. Here's what to do.

Enable the New Sound Volume Flyuot

  1. Download the mach2 tool from its official GitHub page. To find which version you need, see the article How to determine if you are running 32-bit Windows or 64-bit.
  2.  Extract the ZIP archive to any folder you want. For example, you can extract it to the folder c:\mach2.Windows 10 Mach2 Archive
  3. Open a new command prompt as Administrator.
  4. Go to the folder that contains your copy of the mach2 tool. E.g.
    cd /d c:\mach2
  5. Type and run the following command: mach2 enable 23403403.
  6. Type and run the following command: mach2 enable 23674478.
  7. Restart Windows 10.

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1 thought on “Windows 10 Is Getting Media Controls for Sound Volume Flyout

  1. Prasoon Priyanshu

    i tried enabling this feature but its not working…..i’m on 1909 build 18363.476.

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