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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by franktheman7, Dec 13, 2013.
How can I make a noise after coping or moving files are done on my pc TIA Frank
I don't believe that Windows has a built in hook for this type of sound trigger. If this is something your copying consistently then its possible to use a script that plays a sound when its completed, if you want it to happen on every file copy your going to have to find a file copy replacement program that supports sounds. I looked at a few including TetraCopy and Ultracopier but did not see a sound feature. Ultracopier has source so one could recompile it to add a sound feature, or request that the author adds such a feature.