Windows 7 in “GodMode”

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The Windows 7’s “GodMode”, a new easter egg or this would be the first easter egg that was discovered by Windows enthusiasts. Though the name would suggest that you’ll using a more powerfull being than the Administrator user name. πŸ™‚

This is not a cheat that you will use that will allow you to have an unlimited health like in Warcraft. “GodMode” is an area on Windows 7 that gives access to all of Windows 7’s Settings.

If you are familiar on how to create the Control Panel Folder, then you won’t have any problem in creating the “GodMode” folder. The GodMode folder, is a convenient way to access all the 264 Windows 7 settings.

While on the Control Panel Folder, you need to create a folder then name it using the string “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}” while on Windows 7, you will need to use the string “GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

You can even use this on Windows 7 installed on a Netbook. Check the screen shot sent taken from an Acer AspireOne D250.

The GodMode folder icon.

A screen shot of an open GodMode folder.

Here is a screenshot of the GodMode Action Center to Windows Update. This one is not from the Netbook. πŸ™‚

GodMode Action Center

GodMode Action Windows Update

I also create a video on how to create the Windows 7 GodMode folder. You can watch the video below.

You may want to be careful if you are using Windows 7 64-bit, since it can cause 64-bit versions to crash. But there’s no harm in trying… hehehe!

Last modified: January 6, 2010

2 Responses to :
Windows 7 in “GodMode”

  1. Hmmm, I am against the "GodMode" moniker.

  2. Teknisyan says:

    haha… I know but I'm not the one who coined this moniker… blame it on Microsoft.. πŸ™‚

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