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Where to download Windows 11 sounds?

Windows 10 is all but here, but the biggest change is the new operating system’s lack of built-in sounds. Contrary to Windows 7 and 8.1, Windows 10 won’t feature any sounds when the user starts it, and the OS will request the user to download certain sounds from an external source. And if you live in a place with the vast majority of people using Windows 10, you’ll be sorely disappointing as your share of Windows 10 sounds will be pretty low.

As of today, general availability of Windows 10 is over a month old, and that means it’s time for some of you to upgrade your devices. For those of you who have yet to upgrade to Windows 10, there’s still plenty of time to do so, there’s no need to panic. However, if you’re on a tight schedule, you might want to consider grabbing the Samsung Galaxy S4. We’re not talking about the regular version of the device, but the one with the Windows 10 OS pre-loaded. Recently, we discovered that you can download the Windows 10 sounds for the Galaxy S4.

An unexpected and surprising leak has allowed the download of the sounds of Windows 11. Yesterday, the 21966 version of Windows 11 was released, so interested users can finally try it out and play with the new features and tools. The leaked version 21966 is not the official version, but a real Windows 11 preview image. It includes many changes that were never available in regular versions of Windows 10. However, parts of the user interface are borrowed directly from Windows 10X, which has now been discontinued in favor of regular desktop updates. Windows 11 includes a new Start menu, a new interface, a new wallpaper, and a new startup sound. Here at Winaero, we’ve posted a gallery of screenshots from the leaked version. A link to the official wallpaper is included in the attachment to this post. alt=Downloading Windows 11 sounds width=600 height=375 data-ezsrc=http://server.digimetriq.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Where-to-download-Windows-11-sounds.png /> If you are looking for sounds for Windows 11, we have good news for you. Enthusiasts have provided all the media files for the 21966 build. That’s how we load them.

Downloading Windows 11 sounds

  1. Open the following page in your browser.
  2. Click on the link (button) to download.
  3. Unzip the downloaded ZIP file to a folder on your hard drive.
  4. Click on the WAV file to play the Windows 11 sounds.

You’re done.

List of audio files in Windows 11

The archive contains the following media files;

  • Discovering Windows Feed.wav
  • Windows Dashboard.wav
  • Windows Navigation Start.wav
  • Windows Pop-up Blocked.wav
  • Language disambiguation.wav
  • Bad voice recognition.wav
  • Language out.wav
  • Language On.wav
  • Language sleep.wav
  • Focus0_48000Hz.raw
  • Focus1_48000Hz.raw
  • Focus2_48000Hz.raw
  • Focus3_48000Hz.raw
  • Focus4_48000Hz.raw
  • GoBack_48000Hz.raw
  • Fade_48000Hz.raw
  • Call_48000Hz.raw
  • MoveNext_48000Hz.raw
  • MovePrevious_48000Hz.raw
  • Display_48000Hz.raw
  • Windows wallpaper.wav
  • Window Foreground.wav
  • Windows Hardware Failure.wav
  • Windows Hardware Failure.wav
  • Windows Hardware Insert.wav
  • Windows Hardware Insert.wav
  • Remove Windows Hardware.wav
  • Remove Windows Hardware.wav
  • Connect to Windows.wav
  • Windows notification calendar.wav
  • Windows E-mail Notification.wav
  • Windows Notify Messaging.wav
  • Windows Notify System Generic.wav
  • Unlock window.wav
  • Windows user account control.wav
  • Windows user account control.wav
  • Alarm01.wav
  • Alarm02.wav
  • Alarm03.wav
  • Alarm04.wav
  • Alarm05.wav
  • Alarm06.wav
  • Alarm07.wav
  • Alarm08.wav
  • Alarm09.wav
  • Alarm10.wav
  • Glockenspiel.wav
  • agreement.wav
  • thing.wav
  • Prosperity.
  • Notification.wav
  • onestop.mid
  • recycle.wav
  • Ring01.wav
  • Ring02.wav
  • Ring03.wav
  • Ring04.wav.
  • Ring05.wav.
  • Ring06.wav
  • Ring07.wav
  • Ring08.wav.
  • Ring09.wav
  • Ring10.wav.
  • ringout.wav
  • tada.wav
  • Average city
  • Windows wallpaper.wav
  • Window Balloon.wav
  • Windows Battery Critical.wav
  • Low battery Windows.wav
  • Windows Critical Stop.wav
  • Windows Standard.wav
  • Window Thing.wav
  • Windows Error.wav
  • Exclamation of the window.wav
  • Window Foreground.wav
  • Windows Logout Sound.wav
  • Windows menu command.wav
  • Message Windows Nudge.wav
  • Minimize window.wav
  • Windows notification calendar.wav
  • Windows E-mail Notification.wav
  • Windows Notify Messaging.wav
  • Windows Notify System Generic.wav
  • Notification Windows.wav
  • Windows print ready.wav
  • Windows Proximity Connection.wav
  • Windows Proximity Notification.wav
  • Windows Recycle.wav
  • Restore Windows.wav
  • Windows Ringin.wav
  • Windows Ringout.wav
  • Exit Windows.wav
  • Windows-Startup.wav

The Windows Startup.wav file is probably the most interesting. Please support us. Winaero is really counting on your support. You can help the site continue to provide you with interesting and useful content and software by using these options: By Sergey Tkachenko on 16. June 2021 in Windows 11.

About Sergei Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a Russian software developer who founded Winaero in 2011. In this blog Sergey writes about everything related to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter and YouTube.

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