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    siltyy
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    Default How to stop inactive browser window from being muted?

    So let's say I want to listen to music through Pandora or Youtube. Obviously I'll be opening it up through a browser window (Chrome, in my case). But if I minimize chrome and go to a different app, then chrome gets muted. I know it's still playing, because I can see youtube videos playing in the preview on the app list on the left side of the screen. But I can't hear the music anymore. Is there any way to fix this?

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    Default Re: How to stop inactive browser window from being muted?

    Do you want to close the browser? I believe the Metro style presentations will stay in background unless actively terminated, such as by task manager.



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