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How to Create A Undeletable and Unrenamable Folders In Windows ?

Here you will learn  simple trick to Create an undeletable and unrenamable Folders In Windows operating system. Most of the Peoples are not aware that it is possible to create Undeletable, Unrenamable folder in windows without any software. To Test this concept just follow simple steps given below.

Try to make a new folder in windows & give it name con,aux, lpt1, lpt2, lpt3 up to lpt9. you won’t be allowed to create folder with above mentioned names, Because they are reserved words in windows.

How To Create Undeletable And Unrenamable Folders ?

  1. Go to Start and then Click on Run
  2. Type cmd & hit enter (To open Command Prompt ).
  3. Remember you cannot create Undeletable & unrenamable folder in your root directory (i.e. where the windows is installed) That means you can’t make this kind of folder in C: drive if you installed windows on C:
  4. Type D: or E: and hit enter
  5. Type md con and hit enter (md – make directory)
  6. You may use other words such as aux, lpt1, lpt2, lpt3 up to lpt9 instead of con in above step.
  7. Open that directory, you will see the folder created of name con.
  8. Try to delete that folder or rename that folder windows will show the error message.

How to delete that folder ?

It is not possible to delete that folder manually but you can delete this folder by another way mentioned below.

  1. Open Command Prompt
  2. Type D: ( if u created this type of folder in D: drive) & hit enter
  3. Type rd con (rd – remove directory)
  4. Open that directory and the folder will not appear because it is removed.
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[How to] Accessing God Mode in Windows 7

What Is GodMode?

GodMode is actually a hidden (or, at least it used to be hidden) developer shortcut in Windows 7 that provides more direct access to features and functions of the operating system. To be clear, GodMode doesn’t add functionality. But it helps administrators work more efficiently by collecting all these tweaks and controls in one place.

 

Accessing GodMode in Windows 7

Follow these steps to access GodMode:

  • Create a new folder wherever you want the GodMode folder to be. Right-click in Windows Explorer, select New, then click Folder.
  • Next, rename the folder. You can name the folder anything you like as long as you add a period followed by this exact text string: {ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}
  • The folder icon should be replaced by the Control Panel icon, and the folder should now be filled with a variety of tweaks and tools (see figure at lower right).
The GodMode folder provides access to a variety of tools and tweaks. (Click for larger image.)

 

god mode
god mode

But, wait. There’s more! The truth is, there isn’t just one “GodMode.” Windows 7 has an entire pantheon of GodModes, with a variety of hidden folders you can set up using different, unique text strings, including special folders for biometric settings, printers, credentials and logins, the firewall and security, and many other features and functions of Windows 7.

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How to Enabling Aero User Interface in Windows 7 ?

Aero is a very cool and beautiful user interface of Windows 7. To run Aero User Interface, you need a PC with specs like 1 GHz CPU, 1 GB system memory and 128MB of video RAM. If your system is low on specs, you won’t be able to use Aero. Here is a workaround for enabling Aero on systems that have low specs.
1. Launch Windows Registry Editor by typing Regedit in Start Menu

2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsDWM
3. Right-click on the right-hand pane and create the following three DWORD entries and set value for each one:
Animations – set value to 0.
Blur – set value to 0.
UseMachineCheck – set value to 0.
4. Close the Registry Editor
5. Go to the Start Menu, enter “cmd” and press Enter to open the Command Prompt.
6. Type the following commands:
Net Stop uxsms and then press Enter
Net Start uxsms and then press Enter
7. The last step is to right-click on your desktop and choose: Personalize/Windows Colors.