The Mac has a distinct startup chime that sounds every time you start your Mac. Except for the Macs sold between 201
Mac users with macOS Big Sur and above can now toggle the startup chime on or off with the touch of a button. If you are not familiar with the Mac startup sound, check out the following clip.
You can enable or disable the startup sound for your Mac quite easily from the System Preferences menu.
Click the Apple button on the left side of the Mac menu bar and choose the “System Preferences” option.
Click on the “Sound” button here.
Now in the “Sound Effects” section, select the check mark next to the “Play Sound at Startup” option to turn the feature on or off.
Your Mac or Macbook will now play (or won’t) play Apple’s iconic gong the next time you turn on your laptop or computer.
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