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Meet CrunchMode for Windows 7 power users

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CrunchModeWant a one stop access point for all those extended control panel settings in Windows 7? Well, it’s easy: just use CrunchMode*.

“CrunchMode” is really easy to set up: just create a new folder and then rename it to CrunchMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and then double click it and you’re rocking. This trick won’t work on 64-bit Vista, but it works like a charm on all the different versions of Win7.

[via HardOCP]

*To be fair, “CrunchMode” is just what we call it. The code is the important part, so you can call it whatever you like, like “IDDQD” for instance.

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