SoundSwitch 4.1: Rewrite completed

This version should resolve most of the issue encountered with the previous 3.X versions where SoundSwitch would randomly freeze or stop working.

I rewrote most of the core application to be more lightweight and based the audio device listing code on NAudio library.

A new simple feature has been added in the installer, you can now delete the old configuration if you desire to do so when installing/updating SoundSwitch.

Release

SoundSwitch 4.1

Change Log

v4.1 (2017-11-30)

Full Changelog

Implemented enhancements:

  • Add choice in uninstaller to remove application configuration #216

Fixed bugs:

  • Settings crash when device don’t have a friendly name #225
  • Locking up on switch since Fall Creator’s Update #219
  • Application crashes when activating a bluetooth device – Win7 #217
  • Soundswitch crash on startup #214
  • SoundSwitch Freezing randomly. #200
  • New-Old Issue – Switching to Bluetooth Audio #166

Merged pull requests:

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2 Comments

  1. Martyn Uttley
    14th January 2018
    Reply

    It used to be possible in WIndows versions 8.1 and earlier to set/configure the speakers as an INPUT device. This allows recording of played content.
    Can we do this with Soundswitch

    • Antoine Aflalo
      15th January 2018
      Reply

      Hello Martyn,

      No this is not possible with SoundSwitch. This sound like a feature of your Sound Card, you should check for the official driver to be able to get back this functionality.

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