Windows 10 has developed a scheduling app which can be used to run the script on schedule or on specific time and event. If you already know how to write a script you can also use scheduled tasks to set up all types of automated events and actions.
Now if you want to mute Windows 10 on schedule every day and unmute it on schedule, you can use a script to do so or you can also use an app called MultiTimer.
The process how to use MultiTimer( to mute/unmute Windows on schedule) is given below:
Double click on Google Chrome and search for the MultiTimer app, or you can download it from its official website https://www.kifoth.de/jane/misc/#MultiTimer. Click on exe bundle to download it.
Once downloaded open the app and click on the Regularly Tab.
Click on one of the added days, you want to schedule an event.
Enter the exact time you want to mute the system.
Click on the Sound dropdown option
Click “off” if you want to mute otherwise “Toggle” to change its current state.
Once you applied the prescribed options to your MultiTimer app then hit go
Once you have finished, you can minimize the app and it will work in the background
The feature of the MutiTimer app is, it enables you to schedule as many tasks as you like. Defending what works for you, on/off and toggle options can be used.
The on and off options are clear. It tells if the system sound is on or off (the particular state), while the Toggle option can change the state of sound i.e. from on to off or from off to on.
If you often forget to mute your system late at night, or early when you start work, MultiTimer is a good way to automate it.
You must have the app running for it to mute/unmute the system sound.