Windows 7 has a very simple design, and most toolSites and options from Windows 7 can be accessed from control Panel or directly from Start Menu > "Search Programs and Files"(If you know the name of the application or option). An alternative access Windows settings 7 and Advanced optionsThis GodMode. A shortcut that opens a real "Command Center"Operating system. (Details GodMode)
The easiest option for a user who frequently use certain features and tools of Windows sites is shortcutOn the desktop (Desktop) Start Menu or Taskbar.
How create shortcuts on the Desktop options and / or tool of Windows 7 sites.
If you want to create a Desktop shortcut the us open Advanced Power Settings, Add / Remove Programs, Windows Registry Editor, Windows Security Center or other panel options / commandsFirst of all you need to know "command line"/"target site"Wanted to open new panel and then follow the simple steps to create shortcut on Desktop.
1. Let's say we want to create a shortcut for Advanced Power Settings. Option that helps us manage energy of laptop-Rough-grind / notebookSite to prolong battery life. To do this lucuru, Right click on the Desktop > "New">"shortcut".
2. In the field under "Type the location of the item"Write"powercfg.cpl control,, 1"Click"Next".
3. In the next field give a shortcut name's (Power Settings) and click the button "Finish".
Desktop will save a new shortcut that will lead directly to advanced settings energy plan.
In the same way we can create shortcuts to Windows Registry Editor, Add / Remove Programs (Quick access to uninstall programs), Windows Security Center, Windows Event Viewer or by another panel options and settings of Windows. All you have to do is like "Type the location of the item"Way to go order / executablilul who want to open new options panel.
Windows Registry Editor: regedit.exe
Windows Security Center: wscui.cpl
System Information: msinfo32.exe
Windows Event Viewer: eventvwr.exe
Performance Monitor: perfmon.exe
A list where you will find plenty of shortcuts to create shortcuts is the MS-DOS - Windows Command Prompt (Windows 95, 98, XP, Vista & 7).
Stealth Settings – Create Custom Shortcuts in Windows Control Panel 7.