How To Customize System Sounds In Windows 10


A key feature in the Windows family is to customize or personalize the system sounds for different events. We can also use this feature in Windows 10 to customize and personalize the sounds effects for different events.
Users can customize or set a specific type of tone (sound effects) according to their choice to make them aware of the activities  in the system, like instant message notification, low battery alarm, device connect or disconnect, and the device failed to connect.
Some users do not want any disturbance in their work, then there is an option to disable the sound effects.
This tutorial will show you various steps on, how to customize or personalize system sounds for different events in Windows 10. 
Step 1
From the Start Menu, select Settings.
select settings
Step 2
Select Personalization.
Step 3
Select "Themes" and then "Sounds" Option.
select themes
Alternatively, you can open the "Sound" window from the Start menu by typing the "change system sounds" and click on it.
alternate way
Step 4
Under the Sounds Tab, the user has an option to enable or disable the sound effects in the "Sound Scheme" section.
A) To enable the sound effects, select the "Windows Default" option.
B) To disable the sound effects, select "No Sounds" option.
Step 5
Under the "Program Events" section, select any program event in the following list which sounds that you want to customize or change and also you can test this sound by clicking on the "Test" button.
select events
Step 6
To customize or change the original sound, click on the Browse button or you can click on the drop-down list under the "Sounds" section, then click on to Apply button.
Step 7
If you want to check the personalized sound, then you can test it by clicking on the "Test" button.
check sound


By following the above steps, you can customize or personalize the system sound effects for an event in Windows 10.
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