SoundPackager is a new program that makes it a snap to download and apply Windows sound schemes. It also includes an easy to use editor to create your own sound packages. If you've gotten a little tired of the default Windows sound scheme, download SoundPackager. It also includes several new high quality sound schemes as well as links to download hundreds of packages of sound schemes.
What's new in this version: Version 1.31 adds Windows 7 support.
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