God Mode : An awesome hidden feature of windows 7/Windows 8 you didn’t know about

If you love to play with the settings of your Windows PC , then knowing this hidden feature of windows will be great for you. Do you know you can access and change all the settings of your windows 7 and Windows 8 PC from a single Place? A lesser known feature of Windows called God Mode enable you to create a folder which contains all the settings and tweaks.
The folder simply contains all the links of the settings. Double click on a link and follow the instructions to make changes and tweak settings of your PC. It is just like Control panel but with lot more features.

How to Access God Mode in Windows:

In order to access the God Mode in windows , follow the below simple steps:

1.      Create a new folder by right clicking on Desktop, selecting New and then Folder. You can Create GodMode folder at any place. 
 creating god mode folder in windows

2. Rename this folder to GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and press Enter

god mode in windows 7GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

3. As you press Enter, the folder icon changes to a kind of settings Icon. 
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4. Open the folder and you have direct access to hundreds of Settings. These are further categorized as Action Center, Administrative Tools, Autoplay, Font, Sound etc. 

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5. You can also filter the results by using the search box in the right top corner. For example, you can view the settings related to mouse by typing mouse in the box.
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6. You need to double click on the link in order to launch it.

You can name the folder anything as you want by replacing the God Mode with word of your own choice. This feature can be very useful when you do not know how to access certain settings of your windows PC. This feature lists all the settings so that you can change them from a single place.
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