For many users, computers are extensions of their personality. What better way to leave your mark on a computer than to personalize it as you wish?
In this article, we’re going to list a series of sound set resources for Windows 7 you can use to customize your machine.
Most users prefer to download game or movie sound sets, and oftentimes they can be extracted by users themselves. Indeed, the best way is to extract the sound sets from games directly.
Most games often have a community of hackers who have access to the tools necessary for that task. Also, sometimes, the sound files are available on disk.
I made Star Wars sounds on my old Windows 7. C-3PO said “Please don’t deactivate me!” when you turned off the computer and Darth Vader “Yes, my master…” when you turned it on.
If you’re looking for a quick solution and you prefer to download the sound file directly, check out the resources listed below.
Best sound schemes for Windows 7
This website has an impressive collection of sound sets for Windows. There are three categories you can choose from: Last Updated, Most Popular, and Recently Featured.
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For more information, check out the WinCustomize website. Unfortunately, you can’t preview sounds.
If you’re tired of the default Windows sound scheme, you can download SoundPackager to instantly change the default sounds with high quality sound sets.
SoundPackager is pre-loaded with a series of sound packages you can activate with just one click. In this manner, you don’t need to download sounds one at a time and then match them to Windows events.
This website offers a series of interesting sounds you can download on your Windows 7 computer. The sounds are organized in several categories: animals, birds, people, TV and movies, etc.
You simply click on the sound you’re interested in, preview it and you can download it if you like it.
The website also allows users to filter the sound results depending on the file formats, the number of channels, resolution and sample rate.
If you’re curios, go to FindSounds’ website and play the sounds.
Freesound is a collaborative database of audio snippets, samples, recordings, and other sounds that everyone can contribute to. Some sound samples are shorter, lasting only for a few seconds, while other are 10 minute long.
You can preview all the sounds, and read the user review for more information. The main advantage of this platform is that the sound data base is constantly updated.
You can visit the FreeSound website for more information.
SoundBible.com hosts thousands of free sound effects that you can download on your Windows 7 computer. Sounds are updated three times a week, so you’re definitely find the right sounds to customize your device.
Important note: Microsoft officially ended Windows 7 support. If you’re planning to upgrade to Windows 10, make sure to check out our wide collection of guides on how to make the transition as smooth as possible.