How to Disable Chrome Volume Media Control Pop up on Windows 10
In this video, we'll learn How to Disable Chrome annoying Volume Media Control Pop up on Windows 10.
Have you ever notice When you’re watching a video on chrome, in YouTube, or Netflix, and when you change the volume, see the annoying volume bar on top, the volume bar is a translucent black box that says 'chrome.exe' with a play/pause and skip buttons. Also in the case, if a video is paused in another tab or in the background and you’re not watching a video, so How to Disable Chrome annoying Volume Media Control Pop up on Windows 10?
The media content playback in the google chrome browser. When enabled, it allows using the Volume Up, Volume Down, or Mute media keys, you will see a special pop-up black window on windows top left corner with the buttons that you can use to control media playback.
To Disable Media Volume Control Pop-up
Open the Google Chrome browser and type the following text in the address bar:
This will open the flags page directly with the relevant setting.
The option will be default change the option to Disable, from the drop-down list next to the 'Hardware Media Key Handling' line.
Relaunch Google Chrome by closing it manually or you can also use the Relaunch button which will appear at the very bottom of the page.
You are done.
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