God Mode in Windows7

Do you use Windows 7? i bet you also going in the Control Panel For quite a while just to tweak little bit options in your windows.but isn’t it too confusing to use the new control panel, if you get used to in old type of control panel in Windows Xp and Windows Vista? well here’s a little trick that will surely love… THE GOD MODE! yup you heard it right there’s a God Inside in windows And he’s hiding deep within heavens he he he, but i will tell you how you can find him or should i say, It?  just by simply typing this command  ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01… hep hep hep hep… not so fast… by typing or doing this trick it opens a lot more options to your control panel that is hidden among us, so here’s the tutorial,

i bet some of my friends in facebook were also reading this post now, offering to teach other people a help,  helping others is good as long as you learn it from me,,,, Ka-Ching! ha ha ha

Explore God Mode:

Windows 7 has changed Control Panel a little, but it’s still too difficult to locate all the applets and options that you might need. God Mode, however, while not being particularly godlike, does offer an easier way to access everything you could want from a single folder.

To try this out, create a new folder and rename it to:

Windows 7 god mode

The first part, “Everything” will be the folder name, and can be whatever you want: “Super Control Panel”, “Advanced”, “God Mode” if you prefer.

The extension, ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C, must be entered exactly as it is here, though, including the curly brackets. When you press [Enter] this part of the name will disappear, and double-clicking the new folder will display shortcuts to functions in the Action Centre, the Network and Sharing Centre, Power options, troubleshooting tools, user accounts and others – more than 260 options in total.

Windows 7 god mode

hmmmm well that’s a piece of cke to feed with your brain heh,

The trick is also said to work in Windows Vista, although some are warning that although it works fine in 32-bit versions of Vista, it can cause 64-bit versions of that operating system to crash.


About marksalcedo

I.T. Technician, tech savvy, loves comedy film as well as horror films. loves any genre of music, im also a bedroom dj, tech enthusiast,

Posted on September 12, 2010, in Computer Technology. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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