If you are looking for SoundPackager, you have come to the right place. We explain what SoundPackager is and point you to the official download.
What is SoundPackager?
SoundPackager is a utility for those who want to edit and replace the default Windows operating system sounds across the board. The program includes several pre-made audio packages for the Windows OS: users merely need to select the package they want to replace the defaults with and apply the changes to their computers. Users are capable of previewing the sound packages or individual sounds from each package at will.
The program does not lock individual sounds to the packages in which it bundles them, though. This means that users can edit packages during application to their systems so that particular sounds in that package are replaced by sounds from other packages, if desired. This allows users to customize their system sounds without being bound by the predetermined sound “bundling” in the software’s media library. More sounds and sound packages can also be downloaded or purchased from the Web.
The software is for users of the Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 Server and Windows 7 operating systems. It requires RAM of at least 512MB and at least 100MB of free storage on the user’s computer.
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File types supported by SoundPackager
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About file types supported by SoundPackager
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Last updated: : August 24, 2014