Activate God Mode 

Although its name suggests perhaps even grander capabilities, Windows enthusiasts are excited over the discovery of a hidden "GodMode" feature that lets users access all of the operating system's control panels from within a single folder.

By creating a new folder in Windows 7 and renaming it with a certain text string at the end, users are able to have a single place to do everything from changing the look of the mouse pointer to making a new hard-drive partition.

The trick is also said to work in Windows Vista, although some are warning that although it works fine in 32-bit versions of Vista, it can cause 64-bit versions of that operating system to crash.

To enter "GodMode," one need only create a new folder and then rename the folder to the following:Though the name is quite misleading, the fabled God mode is a neat trick. Invoking it is pretty easy. Create a new folder titled GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and the folder’s icon will change to resemble a control panel and will contain a plethora of control options.

 This image shows the step by step procedure
The God mode Icon displays like this on the desktop

On opening the folder, this is what you will see

Adding Additional Clocks

Having a clock isn't about just checking out the time within your timezone alone. You might  have to look up times in different cities for time sake. Funny isn't it. What if you are on an assignment which requires your prompt knowledge about time. All you need is here.

To make this work in Windows 7, click the clock icon in your tray. Click on the digital time and then additional Clocks. Choose Additional Clocks in the windows that pops up and add the additional cities you want. Unfortunately, the additional times don’t exactly get displayed in your tray — you need to hover over the clock.


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