On Windows 11, Microsoft has reintroduced the startup sound, which is active by default on all installations of the new operating system. The option had been disabled by default on Windows 10, while on the most recent version the development team has reversed its steps. However, anyone wishing to get rid of it can “turn off” the startup sound in a few quick steps.
How to disable startup sound in Windows 11
To turn off the startup sound on Windows 11, you need to log in to Settings operating system, The start menu (right click on the icon, selection of Parameters; or access to the menu and selection of the icon represented by a cogwheel), or with the shortcut Windows key + I.
Once in the settings, you must select PersonalizationThen Themes and on the new screen press Default sounds from. This takes you to the settings window (legacy) audiowhere the tab is You playwhich in turn contains the option Play Windows startup sound. To disable the startup sound, just uncheck this option, then click on Apply and finally on Ok. In this way, all future startups will become “silent”.
How to disable startup sound in Windows 10
On Windows 10, the startup sound is not active by default, however to deactivate it – if you had previously activated it – just press the right click on the speaker icon in the system tray, bottom right, and select the item You play. The window will open You play (the same as Windows 11, with legacy graphics) from which it is possible to disable the check option Play Windows startup sound. This will disable the startup sound on Windows 10 for all subsequent startups.
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