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Volume bars

I need help please.When I click on the speaker icon in the taskbar with the mouse then Realtek high definition audio pops up in blue on the bottom right hand side of the screen showing volume level with numbers, then when i click on increase or decrease volume from the keyboard then another volume bar appears on the top left hand side of the screen with numbers displaying the volume level. see capture please

the other situation, the white volume bar appears in the middle of the screen when I click on the speaker icon in the taskbar(without the mouse), see capture please.

If i want the Realtek volume bars to always how up without having to use the mouse, is that possible . I would rather see the volume in numbers.User generated imageUser generated image
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Both of these are Windows 10 designs (and not unique to your audio card). They go away after a few seconds. There is no setting to keep them on screen (as they would interfere with application windows). I looked (Google) for a relevant registry setting but there does not appear to be one.
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so in other words there is no way have the Realtek volume display come up by default when u click up or down volume on the keyboard speaker icon  vs. the other White volume bar in the middle of the screen that shows up by default of keyboard.
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Thank you John
You are very welcome and I was happy to help you with this. Windows 10 keeps changing our landscape :)