Windows 7: Disable sound for Windows Events
If you are using a Windows 7-based PC, you must have taken delight in assigning different sounds for the different Windows Events. You can assign one tone to alert you of a new message received on your mailbox and another one to notify you when a particular program has been launched. In this way you can make your PC perform exactly the way you want it. Although this is a unique way to reflect your mood and preference, you may also find it distracting at times when you are up to completing an urgent task. To help you, Windows 7 offers you easy ways that you can use to disable the sound of Windows Events.
Follow the steps given below to learn the easy steps that you can apply yourself:
1. Right-click on the speaker icon in your taskbar and select ‘Sounds’.
2. Under the ‘Sounds’ tab, select a program event from the list and then select ‘None’ from the sounds dropdown menu.
3. Click on ‘OK’.
That’s it. Now you will find that your Windows 7 PC is quiet and you can go ahead and complete your task. Later, if you feel the need to enable the sounds once again, you can easily do so by accessing the Sounds tab and assigning different tones for the different Windows Events. Cool… isn’t it?
For a quick recap, watch the following solution video…