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Windows 7 God Mode.{Who needs it}

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29 Jun 2011CPOL 25.3K   1   6
1. Create a shortcut of the Control Panel on your desktop.
2. Double click on the control panel icon.
3. In the Search Textbox(top right corner), type the letter "e" without the quots.

You should have over 200 Control Panel applets that have been installed either by you or the computer manufacturer now displayed.

This has been tested on my 32 bit win 7 machine and it should work on x64 also.



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GeneralReason for my vote of 1 God mode? This is just a search of t... Pin
Unused Account (Safe to Delete)11-Jul-11 19:13
Unused Account (Safe to Delete)11-Jul-11 19:13 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 I also was very disappointed by the ... Pin
Eaverae4-Jul-11 21:38
Eaverae4-Jul-11 21:38 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 it's funny Pin
adamkings4-Jul-11 18:43
adamkings4-Jul-11 18:43 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 This tip should read 'How to Search ... Pin
ThePhilProject4-Jul-11 12:02
ThePhilProject4-Jul-11 12:02 
GeneralThe Header is "God Mode" which I thought meant ALL control p... Pin
rspercy652-Jul-11 13:03
rspercy652-Jul-11 13:03 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Well, this is a search box. It will ... Pin
Philippe Mori1-Jul-11 10:17
Philippe Mori1-Jul-11 10:17 

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