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Bulletproofboy

Windows God Mode (vista32 and win7 only)

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While this won't make your computer, invincible, it's really useful to put god mode on your vista or windows 7 computer.

What is god mode? It's basically a larger control panel that has pretty much everything you can do in windows in it. It should have been in windows by default. Picture of part of the folder

windowsgodmode.jpg?t=1262907212

How do you do this? Well, it's simple:

1. Make a new folder on your desktop.

2. Either go on properties or click on it so you can rename it

3. Paste this into the name box:

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

3a. If there are any spaces in the code when you paste it, delete the spaces.

4. Now press enter and the icon should change to a different picture.

5. Double Click on it and enjoy all the features you can use.

only works on vista32 and win7.

not sure about xp though

DOES NOT WORK ON VISTA 64!

IF YOU HAVE ISSUES WITH WINDOWS VISTA 64 BIT GOD MODE READ THIS ARTICLE

http://www.windowsvalley.com/blog/create-a-master-control-panel-shortcut-and-explore-the-all-tasks/

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it works on 64 bit os's, i tried on my friend's vista and mine win7 64 bit it worked.Plus, this is known for a long time.And the only purpose of it is to have all features of windows in one place.It doesn't add any other new features/functions.

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This is quite funny, it went around inside MSFT a while ago.

Firstly, it's not called GodMode. You could change the word to anything and it would still work.

Secondly, it just shows all the control panel items, nothing more than that. It's just a way for programs to access those items if they need to, since you can't navigate to them using normal C:\Windows\ type paths.

All those options are available if you search in the start menu, so it's not as if they're hard to get to.

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Yeah, I tried it in Vista 64, and it crashed Explorer and asked me to restart it. I did, and it instantly crashed again. Same with safe mode.

To get rid of it I had to waltz into Ubuntu and delete it.

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