With Windows' hidden feature, called GodMode, you can create a custom control panel, giving you access to your most important settings and tools.
Windows 7 GodMode lists 278 settings in a single window. We'll show you how to wrangle those settings to make them easier to look through and manage.
Head of Microsoft's Windows division tells CNET that the so-called GodMode settings folder uncovered by bloggers is just one of many undocumented developer features included in Windows.
Enthusiasts are buzzing over a trick that lets users get access to all of the operating system's controls in one folder.
You don't need to pray to Bill Gates--or even Steve Ballmer--to activate some pretty cool powers in Windows 7. This simple folder hack puts nearly every Windows 7 customization tweak in one place.
Instead of using the Windows 7 Control Panel to get to settings you use frequently, why not use shortcuts? We'll show you.
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The internet's abuzz with Google's purchase of Motorola Mobility. Plus, the Droid Bionic gets upstaged by its successor and Ice Cream Sandwich leaks on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
Google, Microsoft, and even Apple make fresh plays to command the attention of consumers' wallets. Also: France to tax Google?