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I use Google Chrome for Windows. How to disable or mute Flash audio?

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If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, you can mute individual programs in the mixer:

Windows mixer, allowing per-application volume settings

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Chrome Toolbox allows to mute (Alt+W). So does an AddOn named MuteTab for Chrome.

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Ah, this one is a @#$%^. I remember there was an addon for firefox to do this, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5453, it also points to this link, http://www.erigami.com/blog/disable-sound-firefox-ie/, however this isn't for chrome. WOOT got it, try this post, which implements the above method for chrome. If it doesn't work, I know that if you have windows 7 (maybe vista) you can expand the volume mixer and control volume on a per-application basis, so you could theoretically mute chrome alone, although that might not be what you want. Good luck!

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All links are down or aren't related to the question –  nixda May 14 at 8:05
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