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Enable or Disable Global Media Controls on Toolbar in Microsoft Edge Chromium

Enabling the Global Media Controls experimental flag in Microsoft Edge will add a media button on the toolbar during an active media session in Microsoft Edge.

Clicking on this media button will open the Global Media Controls UI pop-up flyout that lists all your current media sessions along with Previous, Seek, Play/Pause, and Next controls for each media session.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Global Media Controls UI on the toolbar in the Chromium based Microsoft Edge in Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10.

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Enable or Disable Volume Control and Hardware Media Key Handling in Microsoft Edge

You can control media (audio or video) playback inside Microsoft Edge without clicking on the video or audio itself. You can now control it by pressing the hardware control buttons on a keyboard or headset, pressing the button on the virtual control interface or by ending commands via specific protocol, such as MPRIS.

For example, if you press the Volume Up, Volume Down, or Mute media keys on your keyboard, you will see media controls (Reverse, Play/Pause, Forward) next to the volume control on your desktop that you can use to control the active media session in Microsoft Edge.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Hardware Media Key Handling and volume control feature in the Chromium based Microsoft Edge for your account in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.

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Enable or Disable Volume Control and Hardware Media Key Handling in Mozilla Firefox

Starting in Mozilla Firefox 81, you can enable or disable the media.hardwaremediakeys.enabled flag for using media keys on your keyboard to control the active media session.

You control media (audio or video) playback inside Firefox without clicking on the video or audio itself. You can now control it by pressing the hardware control buttons on a keyboard or headset, pressing the button on the virtual control interface or by ending commands via specific protocol, such as MPRIS.

For example, if you press the Volume Up, Volume Down, or Mute media keys on your keyboard, you will see media controls (Reverse, Play/Pause, Forward) next to the volume control on your desktop that you can use to control the active media session in Firefox.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Hardware Media Key Handling and volume control feature in Mozilla Firefox for your account in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.

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How to Enable or Disable Global Media Controls in Google Chrome

Starting with Google Chrome 77, you can enable the Global Media Controls experimental flag that adds a Play button to the toolbar of Google Chrome.

Clicking on this Play button will open the Global Media Controls UI pop-up flyout that lists all your current media sessions along with Previous Play/Pause, and Next controls for each media session.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Global Media Controls feature in Google Chrome for your account in Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10.

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