God-Mode in Windows

Want to get all control of your Windows OS at one place? It is really amazing and convenient to find every setting, tool, option etc. at your hands by a simple trick, which is called “GodMode”.
The given trick works on Windows Vista, 7 and I’ve successfully made it on Windows 8 (32-bit versions) too. With this, you can get all the Windows control options and settings present at a single place. So, you become the ‘God’ of your Operating System.

Here are the simple steps →

  • Create a New Folder anywhere you want the GodMode icon to be.
  • Rename the folder carefully to GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and save.
    (However, the name “GodMode” can be any other name also, but the text after it has to be exactly same, because it is the extension of the GodMode file.)
  • You’ll see that the folder icon changes automatically.
  • Congratulations, the folder has changed into a magic box! Open it and work with the GodMode customization.

Here’s the explanation to the process…

The “GodMode” is actually a Windows area called “All Tasks”. It holds all Control Panel options. The above trick makes it too much easy to find the settings quickly and in a well organized form.
Another way to open this file is to give a “Run” command for shell:::{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and open.


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