The problem

Are you frequently engaged in conferences, public meetings, or night-time work on your laptop when others are asleep? Perhaps you find yourself working in libraries, attending lectures, or needing your laptop in quiet environments.

A shared challenge in all these scenarios is the loud "ta-dam!" or music sound that laptops often make when opened or closed. This can be highly disruptive, potentially distracting colleagues, waking up family members, or causing a sudden startle for yourself.


There are several solutions for this problem:

The Auto Mute software

Let's expand the situation further. A lot of applications are started automatically when you turn the laptop on. And definitely some of them (Instant messengers, Steam, Discord, etc) produce sounds on start. So if you wish your system to start quietly, you would need to turn off sounds or change sound schemes for all applications of this kind. And the first thing to do after installing a new application will be turning its sounds off. Not a convenient solution. Auto Mute solves this problem by keeping your laptop quiet until you manually enable its sound using some keyboard shortcut or by double clicking Auto Mute icon in the system tray.


Even if you work in office and your colleagues have accustomed to sounds produced by your laptop, sometimes it is needed to mute it. Imagine that you've stepped away from your computer; screen saver started working and locked your laptop from access. And then completely out of the blue some application starts playing sounds - Skype is calling, system or virus monitor is producing alerts, etc. Does anybody in your office know how to mute your particular laptop? Probably no. Auto Mute will mute your laptop automatically when a screen saver starts, so it won't annoy your colleagues when you are away.

You don't need to pay anything to use Auto Mute software, it is free. You can download it right now!

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