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Disabling Internet Explorer's click sound?

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continyu

When you refresh, or click. or do any action on ie it makes this click sound.

is there a way to disable this sound?

preferably for only 1 window?

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UEZ

Control Panel -> Sound -> Sounds (Tab) -> disable Start Navigation in Windows Explorer section.

In registry probably here: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\Explorer\Navigating\.Current

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continyu

Control Panel -> Sound -> Sounds (Tab) -> disable Start Navigation in Windows Explorer section.

In registry probably here: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\Explorer\Navigating\.Current

Br,

UEZ

Thanks a lot!

If i disable this when my script starts, and enable it again when it's closes it should be fine then?

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jvanegmond

Thanks a lot!

If i disable this when my script starts, and enable it again when it's closes it should be fine then?

IE reads the registry key when you create a new instance of it. So the process is:

- Disable the sound

- Create IE instance

- Enable the sound

- Use IE as normally

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continyu

Trial and error bud, give it a go and see.

i meant it would be practical or is there any other way.

i'm doing the delete & write procedure already :graduated:

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