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Windows 7 Folders - God Mode


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dinotech

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For those of you who like to have a single point of access to control your computer and applications, this method is just for you!

http://www.tomshardw...ow-to,9345.html

God Mode will allow you to have a host of links at your fingertips without having to surf all over creation to find where stuff is.

I created mine on the deskop and it has an alphabetical list of many common tasks that a user would need during their windows session.

Each section has a number of specific tools; from what I've seen it covers just enough for that section. For example, the Devices and Printers section allows you to:
Add a device
Add a printer
Change default printer
Change device installation
Open Device Manager (there is a Device Manager section that has Update Device Driver option in it)
Scan a document or picture
Setup a USB game controller
View Devices and Printers
View Scanners and Cameras
I'll let you explore the rest. Have fun!

Dino

(Edit: changed reset to rest)

Edited by dinotech, 10 January 2010 - 11:22 PM.

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Essexboy

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Very neat - I like it :)
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Essexboy, et. al. Should this be moved to How To's and Tutorials?

Thanks

Dino
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