Replaces your current sound scheme to an Ubuntu-like one
|Updated||Apr 7th 2014|
Almir N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.1 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003|
Plenty of users like to merge the functionality of a Microsoft operating system with custom visuals and sound schemes. In some cases they might even borrow them from a different platform.
Ubuntu is considered among the most user-friendly Linux distributions on the market and this appreciation has been gained thanks to the improved overall experience that includes an easy to work with interface and a friendly sound scheme.
For those that want to give Windows a Linux vibe there is Linux Ubuntu Sound Scheme, a collection of sounds designed to alert the user of specific actions and operations.
The package can be added to the system through an easy installation procedure that does not require any effort from the user except for following the instructions on the screen.
As soon as the operation completes the collection is added to the sound themes in Windows and can be enabled from the Sounds applet available in the Control Panel.
The 14 audio files can be assigned to various events, from device connectivity actions, email notification or a menu popping up to system notification and startup.
However, you can decide to mix them with different actions as well as to add new WAV files and save everything as a custom audio scheme. On the other hand, for some users the entries present in the package may seem a bit unfitting to Windows as they are not in the same registry with the originals.
Installing Linux Ubuntu Sound Scheme Crack is a simple task and should the new audio be to your taste you can easily change to the default Windows theme. The sounds can be assigned to different events.
thanks for working Linux Ubuntu Sound Scheme crack
working keygen. thanks
salamat sa inyo para sa crack Linux Ubuntu Sound Scheme
terima kasih untuk keygen untuk Linux Ubuntu Sound Scheme
Your email will not be published. Required fields are marked as *
How may I secure thee, let me count the ways...
'It should not be used for interactive shell work' - Windows Terminal chief
'There should be nothing that TaskMgr can't kill' - sadly no longer the case
Plus: Getting over the Build hangover with new Windows 10 preview, UK Azure services, and more
Plus: Getting over the Build hangover with new Windows 10 build, new UK Azure services, and more
The look and feel of UWP without all the baggage
Take a trip down memory lane back to when every byte mattered