JP-MCWADE wrote on 1/26/2023, 9:01 AM

Where is the "speaker icon"? Where is the "systems tray"?

SP. wrote on 1/26/2023, 9:12 AM

@JP-MCWADE Speaker icon and system tray (with the small arrow symbol) are located at the bottom right corner of the Windows taskbar.

Did the update mention to uninstall the program before installing the update?

emmrecs wrote on 1/26/2023, 9:15 AM


Welcome to the Magix user to user forums.

To answer your questions in order:

  • You should find the program listed under the Windows Start menu and installed at either C:\Program Files\... or C:\Program Files (x86)\... Is there an icio for it on your computer desktop?
  • The System tray should be at the bottom right hand corner of your computer desktop. The speaker icon is normally placed within the System tray.


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rraud wrote on 1/26/2023, 10:40 AM

If you cannot find shortcuts to launch SF Audio Studio 13: look in:
C:\Program Files\SOUND FORGE\SOUND FORGE Audio Studio 13.0\Audiostudio130.exe

The path for the 32 bit version (if installed) would be the same, except for 'Program Files (x86)'