If you listen to or watch media on your computer then you know it can be a pain to change the volume sometimes, especially if you don't have a media keyboard. Lots of people (including myself) like to use apps that utilize the mousewheel for quick, on-the-fly volume control.
There are a few programs out there that work well, but most have a bunch of extra stuff I don't use or need and even though I have a large hard drive I prefer applications as small as possible. There is nothing wrong with those programs and if I hadn't written my own I would certainly recommend them, but today I bring you Volume Revolver V1.0!!!
Volume Revolver is a very small, quick, and efficient program that, as stated above, controls your computer with modifier keys and the mouse wheel. For example to turn the volume up slowly (precise) you would hold the 'Control' key and scroll the mouse wheel up. To turn the volume up fast (+10 each scroll) just hold the 'Shift' key and scroll the mouse wheel up etc.
Volume Revolver is an AHK script compiled for portability and dependencies, if you would like to use the actual script you must have AutoHotkey installed.
To use just place the portable executable wherever you like and run. It runs in the background, but has a system tray icon with options and a help screen, but the help screen can be accessed via the Control+Click Wheel Button. You can set this to run at startup with a system tray option and if you move the application there is a fix startup button to reset the old startup entry and prepare for the new one.