#1
E|--------10------------10-------------5--------------------
B|--------10------------10-------------5--------------------
G|--------10------------10-------------5--------------------
D|0-0---0----0--8-8---8----8--3-3---3----3------------------
A|0-0---0----0--8-8---8----8--3-3---3----3------------3-----
D|0-0---0----0--8-8---8----8--3-3---3----3--7-7-5-6-7---5-3-

This is the tab. How do you know when to mute the strings? (to cutt off the strum)
#2
depends the music.
if you wanna mute, mute it...
if you don't, don't mute it.

simple
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#3
My advice would be to listen to the song and pay attention to where/if it's muted.
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#4
yeah you should definitely be able to tell by the song

and if not (then you need to get your ears checked or something)
muting in tabs is usually displayed with an "x" under the note
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#5
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#6
i usually use 9 gauge(super/hybrid slinky) for my strat.. (Eb tunning), is it ok if i suddenly restring my guitar with a 10 gauge(regular slinky) set? i mean would it hurt the neck?

p/s - as always, pardon my english, i am not a native.
#7
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i usually use 9 gauge(super/hybrid slinky) for my strat.. (Eb tunning), is it ok if i suddenly restring my guitar with a 10 gauge(regular slinky) set? i mean would it hurt the neck?

p/s - as always, pardon my english, i am not a native.
If you have another question you should make your own thread for it. You've been around long enough to know that.

As for TS' question, just listen to the song like the other people have said. It's up to you, really.