Windows are able to use several sound schemes, and they are more available on the internet, featuring customized sounds from games, movies, whatever – but I don’t know of any free application that would save / export a Windows Sound Scheme along with all the necessary sound files, so that we could create a backup and even share it.
Such a utility would be some kind of installer that would place the sound files to a folder and then it would add all the necessary registry keys in order for a sound scheme to appear in Windows Control Panel ready to be used.
I know of Stardock Sound Packager, but this is not freeware – and it has also some flaws, not recognizing some wav files.
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