The majority of computers sold on the market contain internal computer speakers. When a computer is turned on or booted, the internal speaker is the first external output device to be activated on a computer and if left activated can make loud noises that may be inconvenient for computer users who are turning on their computers in a private setting. You can turn your internal computer speakers off without having to disconnect any hardware on your computer.
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Open the Windows "Control Panel" by selecting the "Start" menu followed by the "Control Panel" menu option.
Choose the "Device Manage" icon listed on the Control Panel menu. Then, choose the "View" menu option.
Click the "Beep Properties" menu tab followed by the "Driver" menu option.
Choose the "Stop" menu button to temporarily disable your computer's internal speakers. To permanently disable the speakers, select the "Disabled" menu option and your internal computer speakers will be turned off.
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