Im listening music with Winamp and at same time browse on internet. I don't like Internet Explorer sound interfearing on various pages(especialy flash sites) with my music on Winamp. How do i turn down sound in Internet Explorer without shutting down all the sound on pc ?
Go to IE options and uncheck the option "Play Sounds in webpages"
This should work
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geno888 that doesn't work for flash type pages. I doubt that this works at all, this is what i first tryed.
Try this one.
Go to menu Tool --> Manage Addons
Search for the flash player and disable it. This should work, but you will be not able anymore to see any flash object
If i disable flash objects i can't open flash based sites with or without music.I just wanted to mute IE while i listen music but i guess those geniuses at microsoft didn't think about this.
Try this other method. Right click on a flash object and see if it is opened a menu (some flash object disable this option :(). Search for "properties" or "options". If I'm not wrong there should be also an option to set volume
I pondered about this last year myself.Sorry to "bump", but some may google "How to mute IE" hehe.Well, I do have half an answer.Vista only. (or read below)"volume mixer" lets you global mute any running program.http://news.softpedia.com/news/The-Windows-Vista-Volume-Mixer-41882.shtml
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