MacBook Pro has been one of the best models introduced by Apple. This model is slimmer and lightweight compared to the other models. Some unique features include the OLED display, the thunderbolt ports, and the advanced personalization, security options. Sound effects play a role in providing a very interactive experience to the users while they use the system. Here is how you enable the user interface sound effects on a MacBook Pro.
Single-Click the ‘Mac Apple icon’
Firstly, single-click the Mac Apple icon’ which is present at the leftmost corner of the title bar. On clicking icon, you will find the primary settings of your MacBook Pro system.
Click the ‘System Preferences’ option
‘System Preferences’ will have setting options to customize your system, devices, phone, apps, sound, mouse, trackpad, energy saver, etc. Now, select the ‘System Preferences’ option to view the MacBook Pro customization settings.
Click the ‘Sound’ option
You will notice a variety of settings for customizing the language, religion, mouse, trackpad, etc. Here, choose the ‘Sound’ option to view and customize the sound settings of your MacBook Pro system.
Click the ‘Sound Effects’ tab
In the ‘Sound’ settings window, you will find the settings to sound effects, input sound, output sound, alert volume, mute options, etc. Here to enable the user interface sound effects, firstly, Click the ‘Sound’ Effects tab’ as shown below.
Enable the option of ‘User interface sound effects’
Under the ‘Sound Effects tab’, you will find settings related to the sound effects and volume. Here, click the option of ‘Play user interface sound effect’ option as shown below.
‘You can thus easily enable the option of user interface sound effects on a MacBook Pro system by following the above steps’