SoundPackager 1.3

SoundPackager is an application that allows Windows users to easily and safely change the sounds in Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7.  Instead of just changing one sound at a time, SoundPackager applies "packages" of sounds that change over 30 events in Windows.  There are hundreds of sound packs available for download at sites like WinCustomize.com, and users can create their own packages by dropping sound files in the creation window.

The SoundPackager v1.3 update includes:

  • Updated compatibility with Windows 7.
  • Added additional bundled sound packages to the enhanced version.
  • Streamlined importing new downloaded .soundpack’s into the UI
  • Updated DirectSkin skinning to DirectSkin 7

SoundPackager is part of the Object Desktop suite of desktop enhancements, and can also be purchased as a stand-alone application for $9.95.  More information, including a free trial download is available here.

Screenshot:  Main SoundPackager UI

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This seems nice. However, I just disable the start navigation sound (I really hate that annoying click!) and use the default scheme in every Windows version.

Yeah, in my opinion, there's nothing I've seen in WindowBlinds, or this, or many of the desktop enhancements by Stardock (besides fences - I love fences) that's actually more attractive than Aero.

Wow, is this a popular application or what; must work great there are no comments against it, and it is put out by Stardock. Guess the Stardock haters are taking some time off.

Pam14160 said,
Wow, is this a popular application or what; must work great there are no comments against it, and it is put out by Stardock. Guess the Stardock haters are taking some time off.

Um, whatever...

Pam14160 said,
Wow, is this a popular application or what; must work great there are no comments against it, and it is put out by Stardock. Guess the Stardock haters are taking some time off.

Or it's being ignored like almost every other Stardock "news" item that gets posted until some lonely soul takes pity and posts something. In this case, that would be you.