You must have heard God Mode in the gaming world. But God Mode in Windows? what is it? Actually it is a folder that lets users to access all control panel settings in a single window.Here’s a neat Windows 7 trick that’s been doing the rounds on the Internet. It enables “GodMode,” a term devised by the Microsoft development team, which provides a single place to access all Windows settings without needing to browse options and folders in the Control Panel.As indicated by enthusiasts around the Web, there is a simple way to access a hidden 'God Mode' in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
Enable God Mode In Your Window 7 Or Window 8 Or 8.1 :Step:1) first of all make Right click on your Desktop
Step:2) And Select New > Folder
Step:3) Now Rename the Folder to the following
Step:4) You will notice change in folder icon like below:
Now you can open the folder and access various known-unknown control options in single window.
The window shows nearly 50 sections with quick links to configuration options. Strictly speaking, it’s not a God Mode since all the options are available elsewhere. It’s more akin to an “all tasks” list — but you may find it easier than stumbling through Windows numerous screens and panels.
The trick appears to work on both the 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 7. Vista 32-bit and Windows Server 2008 32-bit should also work. However, it is known to crash 64-bit versions of Vista — and you may need to boot in safe mode or to the command line to delete the folder.
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