More Tips on “Windows 7 Hacker” Mode, aka Windows 7 GodMode

Don’t get me wrong, I am not a fan of this GodMode at all. To me, it’s just a shortcut to a place that lists all control panel functions. There is no GodMode in Windows 7. The term GodMode was totally coined by blogger, not Microsoft. Whoever invented this name is quite a genius […]

image2[1] Don’t get me wrong, I am not a fan of this GodMode at all. To me, it’s just a shortcut to a place that lists all control panel functions. There is no GodMode in Windows 7. The term GodMode was totally coined by blogger, not Microsoft. Whoever invented this name is quite a genius who made this whole thing so fascinating.

However, for those who like this trick and may want to use it more extensively on daily basis, here are some more tips that you may find useful.

First of all, There are actually many GodModes existing in Windows 7, even more Angelmodes if you really want to dig deep. It’s your call how god-like they are.

Then, once you have unveiled one of those GodModes you like, here are three tips that make it even more convenient for you to accessing them. Thanks to Tweaking with Vishal for putting them all together.

How to Add Windows 7 “God Mode” Shortcut in My Computer Context Menu?

How to Add Windows 7 “God Mode” Shortcut in Desktop Context Menu?

How to Pin Windows 7 “God Mode” Shortcut to Taskbar?


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