Turn off click sound on Windows 7
If you are using your Windows 7-based PC for next week’s presentation at your workplace, here is one best practice that you can follow. Rather than annoying every soul present there with the clicking sound, every time you attempted to access a folder or open up a link on your browser, you can easily turn it off. If you haven’t ever tried doing this, refer to the below mentioned steps to conveniently complete the task.
The easy step solution to the above mentioned issue is as:
1. Click on the ‘Start’ button, and type in ‘mmsys.cpl’ into the search box, and then press ‘Enter’ on your keyboard.
2. Click the ‘Sounds’ tab, and then browse down in the list to ‘Start Navigation’.
3. You’ll see that the dropdown box has ‘Windows Navigation Start.wav’ selected.
4. Change its sounds to ‘None’ at the top of the list.
5. Click ‘OK’, you have turned off the Windows Explorer click sounds in your Windows 7 PC.
If you are too used to the clicking sounds and find something amiss when they are inactive, you can easily roll back the settings. To do so you can refer to the above mentioned steps and select the particular sound that you chose to disable and restore the clicking sounds once again.
For a quick recap of the steps, here is a short video that you can check out…