[OS X] switch off the sound when you startup the Mac

Signature sound has long become a calling card of “Apple” computers. For many users it became a part of the usual “ritual” reboot, and while she is required not so often, some Mac owners clearly want peace. Fortunately, to achieve the desired easier.

The story of the famous sound began in 1984, when the market release of the first Macintosh. Of course, since then it has undergone several changes, and from simple “cheer” has become familiar to millions of contemporary users of “Gong”. Nevertheless, your humble servant prefers quiet mode, and go to it quite easy ā€” to do this we need a favorite app “MacOS users” ā€” “the Terminal”. Thus, the desired command is as follows.

sudo nvram SystemAudioVolume=%80

After entering the administrator password (and restart) the “Gong” will no longer bother you. Remember that when you run these commands the password is not displayed as you type, and the presence of it into account necessarily. If you want to return everything to normal, then it is easy to do with the help of this team.

sudo nvram -d SystemAudioVolume

Finally, we offer you to look at how varied the notorious sound during thirty years of Mac.

I hope this simple tip will make Mac more comfortable. You fast downloads!

Edition AppleInsider.ru is not responsible for the possible consequences of intervention in the operating system.

According to the materials of OSXDaily

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! Iā€™m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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