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  1. I just installed Windows 10 on the computer that had been handling my music server duties. Once that an my preferred audio program were installed, I tried it out. I was aghast! There was so much audio compression being used that all of my music sounded terrible. I went through all the settings on my audio program, but none of them were set to add extra compression. I googled Windows 10 and audio compression, but didn't get a lot of suggestions. So for a while, I inserted an older computer into the system to serve the music from the network drive. Later I found the Windows 10 sound panel and discovered that if I right click on my speakers (which is actually the audio out to my stereo system), and clicked 'properties', it brought up a new panel with four tabs. One of those tabs says 'Enhancements'. Clicking on that tab, I am presented with a list. On that list, only 'Loudness Equalization' was checked. I could also click 'Disable all sound effects'. I finally did the last option ('Disable all sound effects). WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!! From un-listenable, to the music only slightly reconfigured by an equalizer. Anyhow, I thought I would present this info here in case others have had issues with Windows 10 making their music collection unlistenable.
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