Microsoft Edge sets itself apart from the rest of the Chromium-based browsers with its unique set of features and a seamless browsing experience.

That said, Edge is not without its flaws. One particular issue that has bothered a lot of users recently is when Edge fails to play sounds.

We’ve compiled a list of troubleshooting tips that should help fix the no sound issue on Microsoft Edge. So, let’s start.

1. CHECK IF TAB IS MUTED Edge allows you to mute or unmute each tab so that you only hear sound from specific pages.

2. CHECK DEVICE VOLUME While you might have checked your PC’s volume already, Windows also allows you to control volume levels on a per-app basi

3. SWITCH OUTPUT DEVICES If you’ve connected too many audio devices to your PC, then audio might be coming out of one of those devices. You wouldn’t really notice if it was something like Bluetooth headphones.

4. RESET SITE PERMISSIONS If your audio troubles in Edge are limited to a select few websites, then you can try resetting permissions for those sites to see if that helps. Here’s how.

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