God Mode in Windows Vista/7? Not so Godly afterall …

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So you’ve probably heard of the recently popular God Mode in Windows Vista/7 which I had blogged several days before, and some of you might be impressed with the result. But it might probably not very impressed to some of the people too, as it is only meant for developer to access some of the frequent used option easily. Even the MSDN Moderator, tonysoper, has made clear of the claimed undocumented God Mode in Windows Vista/7.

Now, because of the popularity of the God Mode Topic, thewindowsclub.com has released a tool called GodMode creator for everyone to create all the available control panel shortcuts at a single click. You might want to know what is actually the so called ‘God Mode’ in the Windows.   

Quoted from the GodMode creator

Windows has a set of certain folders which are identified by unique strings referred to as CLSID or Windows Class Identifiers. These folders can be accessed by using the CLSID identifier codes that Windows assigns to each individual folder in the Windows Registry. If you know the codes, you can launch these with ease.

In short, GodModes are nothing but developer shortcuts built into Windows 7 & Vista, that enable easy access to certain settings and information about the operating system.

Screenshots of the GodMode creator:

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So if you want to know what the software can offer you, just go ahead and download from their website.

Note: As mentioned in the previous article, it might cause Windows Vista x64 to crash when using the tool. The solution is here if you crashes your Windows Vista x64 explorer.exe. 

 

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