GodMode Windows 7/Vista

Posted: July 23, 2010 in Tips

Create a new folder (on any permanent drive, in any directory on that drive) and name it “GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}” (without the quotes).After creation, open the folder and you’ll see shortcuts for virtually EVERY action capable in Win7 (i.e. how to change your screen saver, how to change user accounts, how to change folder views, etc.). It’s kind of like a collections of DOS commands and control panel options that can be run from links within the folder. It makes trying to find out how to make changes on your machine SUPER easy (especially for those who are not experienced in Vista and/or Win7). It also works with Vista too! I put this folder into my C:/Windows/Program Files folder and then created a taskbar shortcut icon (I HATE a desktop cluttered w/icons, so most of my shortcuts are on the quick launch taskbar instead of on my desktop). This makes God Mode fast and simple to execute too.

Thanks Chew7!

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