How to change sound for Windows Events in Windows 7?
You can personalize the sounds that your computer makes when different tasks happen, such as when you turn on your computer or when you receive an email or an instant message.
You can obtain sounds from sound clips from your favorite songs, TV shows, or movies and then download the clips to your computer.Â You can also record your own sound clips, copy sound clips from a CD or DVD, or save anything else you can hear through your computer speakers. But, the thing that needs to be taken under consideration is that Sounds should be in the .wav format, you cannot use .mp3 or.wma sound.
Now, how to change sound for Windows Events in your Windows 7-based PC? Here’s how you can do so by following these steps. See how:
- Right-click on the speaker icon in your taskbar and select Sounds.
- Under ‘Program Events’, click the event that you want to assign a new sound for.
- Under Sounds, click on the drop down arrow and then click the sound that you want to associate with the event.
- Click on the ‘Test button’ to preview how it will sound. If you’re happy with it click ‘OK’.
Don’t you think that the above-mentioned steps have made your job of changing sound for Windows Events in Windows 7 simple? Do you think if these steps are given to you in video form, it will be easier to understand? If yes, have a look at our video solution that is given below.