Apple's El Capitan
update comes with a force touch
technology. This technology allows you to interact with your device by exerting different levels of finger pressure on the touchscreen or trackpad. If you'd like to turn off the clicking sound that accompanies this update, here's a quick tutorial on how to do so.
This tip only applies to Macs equipped with Force Touch
El Capitan's Silent Clicking Option
Click on the Apple
menu, and go to your System Preferences
. Click on the Trackpad
option, followed by Point & Click
Tick the Silent clicking
checkbox to mute the click sounds. You can also clear the Force Click and haptic feedback
checkbox to disable the haptics (vibration).