How to get rid of the echo on Windows computers

Updated by Aurelia Lamas on Feb 7, 2024

If you're hearing an echo on your end with your Windows 10 computer, try this:

  1. Right click on the speaker in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.
  2. Select "Sounds"
  3. Click on the Recording tab.
  4. Select your device then right click and select "Properties".
Select your device then right click and select Properties
  1. Click on the Listen tab.
  2. De-select “Listen to this device.

Deselect listen to this device

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