|10 Jul 2011||#1|
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To what extent do you use Sound effects in Windows?
I am sitting re-typing a resume for a job application on my laptop (Windows 7). Everything is silent but for my lightening speed typography (hell yeah!).
Suddenly it stikes me: silence.
Does the sound effects in Windows help you in any way doing browsing, typing or any non music-movie-gaming related task?
PS I am available for jobs HIRE ME!
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