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Windows 7: Any way to play sound effects when using Aero snap?

13 Nov 2016   #1
Marty McFly

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Any way to play sound effects when using Aero snap?

I love my Windows sound effects, but one set of functions which really lacks sound effects is the Aero Snap functions.

Is there any way to make sound effects play for Aero Snap events? Or for that matter, a general way to assign sound effects to events not listed in the "Sounds" control panel?


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