Sunday, July 14, 2013

God Mode©

Many Computer users think them selves are above learning new tricks, Today 

I'll something new for most of us it's Windows 7 "God Mode".

“God Mode” simply provides users with a centralized Control Panel for all of 
Windows’ settings, from changing your desktop background to setting up a 
VPN or partitioning your hard drive. In all, there are nearly 50 categories and 
most have several entries.You can access God Mode through:-
 1-Create new folder.

2-Rename it with this name God Mode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-


3-You will notice that it's icon has been changed to Control Panel icon.

When you open that folder, you'll see only the items you want, with no 

additional clutter. Unlike standard shortcuts, there's no little arrow on the 

icon, and the Address bar always allows you to go right back to your custom 

folder If you drag that icon onto the Start menu or onto the Taskbar's icon, 

you can pin it for quicker access.
Windows 7 :God Mode:
Now   you will be able to jump in and change all kinds of settings, But this 

trick doesn't work with Windows Vista 64 as it cause a reboot loop.

For those who are wondering how to make use of these shortcuts, here's one 

trick I use. Create a shortcut in your Documents folder or on the Desktop. 

Call it something distinctive, like My Custom Control Panel. Now create a 

handful of GUID-based folders in here for the Control Panel shortcuts and 

shell folders you use most often


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