Here's our Internet Explorer Tip for.. November 4, 1999
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Turning Off The Sound You Get When You Click a URL
If you want to turn off the sound you hear when you click an Internet link, listen up. You can't turn it off in Internet Explorer 4, but you should be able to turn off the sound in Windows 95/98. Click Start, Settings, Control Panel. When Control Panel opens, double-click the Sounds icon. When the Sounds Properties dialog box opens, scroll down through the list and locate Start Navigation. You'll find this item under Windows Explorer. Click the item to select it and then click the Name drop-down arrow. In the list, select None (it's the very first item in the list). Then, click OK to close the dialog box and save your changes. You can now close Control Panel by clicking its close box (the X in the upper-right corner).
The next time you run Internet Explorer 4, you should hear no sound when you click a link