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Windows 7 has a lot of tools that enhance the ease of working with her.In addition to the flexible adjustment of the graphical interface, the system includes the ability to control sound design, which sometimes is not less important.Unfortunately, not all users of "Seven" know that the standard sound in this system there are more than a dozen, and there is the ability to install their own sets of audio files.Setting up the system sounds in Windows 7 does not take much time, but allows you to replace annoying sounds notices or simply to diversify their virtual workspace.
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to open the settings window sound effects you can use in several ways.The first of them - to change personalization settings.To open the window you need to call the context menu by right-clicking on the free space on the desktop and select "Pers
onalize."Next, you need to click on the icon "Sounds" at the bottom of the window.
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Another way to get into the setup menu sound design is a bar in Windows 7. Open it can be through the "Start" menu by clicking on the corresponding icon in the right part of it.The control panel menu select "Sound" icon in the window that opens, go to the tab "Sound."
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In the settings window sounds of the operating system is a drop-down list where you can select one of the preset sound themes.Below is a window guide, which lists all of the system sounds of Windows 7, included in the selected theme.Each of them can be heard by clicking on the button "Play".
The audio setup menu
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To upload your own set of sounds you need to complement it in a folder called Themes and place it in the directory Media, located in the system folder Windows.Further compilation sound scheme comes from the menu control system sounds.To begin, choose one of the standard topics and expand the list of sounds that are included in it.To assign a new sound corresponding to the selected event in the list, click the button "Browse" and select the sound file from the downloaded folder.Once the changes are done, you need to click on the button "Save As ..." and enter the name of the audio theme.