Windows “god modes”

By | April 3, 2011
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God modes have been around for quite awhile. They’re nothing new, but because they’ve been written about so much in blogs and in tech newsletters, they’re becoming quite popular – in fact, some bloggers make them sound brand new. The god mode feature is not new. It’s present in Windows 7 and it was present in Windows Vista also. God mode in Vista and 7 is nothing more than all control panel applets in a single window.

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Whether you’re using Windows Vista or Windows 7 you can add god mode to your PC or laptop by creating a folder and naming it:

God Mode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

One thought on “Windows “god modes”

  1. Bob M.

    I’m just curious (I didn’t mess with it) but since this routine is labeled “God Modes” which I’m assuming is labeled as such as items allow one to play “God” in the computer and once you set up a new folder as directed, are the items listed in the folder “the real deal” in that if you cleanup the folder to your preferences and say delete an item, is it gone forever?
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