Windows plays a startup sound and other sound effects regularly, and they can get obnoxious. They’re especially annoying on Windows 7, where Windows plays a click sound every time you switch folders in Windows Explorer. You can disable them entirely—or even set custom sound effects, if you prefer.
To open the Sound control panel, right-click the speaker icon in your system tray and select “Sounds”. You can also just navigate to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound.
On the Sounds tab, click the “Sound Scheme” box and select “No Sounds” to disable sound effects entirely. If you also want to disable the sound that appears when you sign into Windows, uncheck the “Play Windows Startup sound” checkbox.
You can also choose to disable sound effects for specific events. For example, you might want to disable “Notification” sound effects while leaving “Critical Battery Alarm” sound effects enabled. To do this, select a sound effect in the list, click the “Sound” box at the bottom of the window, and click “(None)”.
Click “OK” to save your changes when you’re done. You can always return here and set the sound scheme back to “Windows Default” to restore the default sound effects.
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