Do You Use Your OS's Sounds?

vbimport

#1

Not me i hate listening to that crap.
Have my music turned up loud and bang there’s that crappy sound again :a
I don’t want to hear anything but my music :iagree:
I have sounds turned of for all my software :rolleyes:


#2

I have almost all the OS sounds turned off, especially on my media pc connected to my HiFi system!

Since this is a stricly Yes/No question, I guess that means I have to vote Yes, since I do use a few of the OS sounds.


#3

No you can add “Sometimes” if you want to and change your vote or leave it. Thanks

No thongs on my head or none of that crap though :rolleyes:


#4

Nope, I don’t use them either. :slight_smile:

However, on this install I forgot to turn them off, so thanks for the reminder :stuck_out_tongue:


#5

@Arachne: Could you please move my one vote from “Yes” to “I use some OS sounds”? :flower:


#6

a nice nLite-d install of Windows XP got rid of all those useless noises :slight_smile:


#7

OK…I took the “Yes” votes down by one, and added a vote (yours) to “I use some OS sounds” :flower:


#8

I customize some sounds, others are turned off. :slight_smile:


#9

I don’t use any sounds. Haven’t since about a year after Windows 95 came out. I’d rather listen to the TV or to music or silence.

My computer speakers are a pair of Polk RTi55’s that are powered with a 100 watt/channel TX-DS676 Onkyo receiver.


#10

yup, my OS is completely default.


#11

I have the [B]Start Navigation [/B] one off. the rest are default.


#12

I don’t want to use any sound effects coming out of windows unexpected.


#13

Turned off …
I hate it when I switch it on, and realise that I’ve left the volume up high :stuck_out_tongue:
Besides, the day I need to have audio cues to realise something has gone wrong is the day I hang up my keyboard :stuck_out_tongue: