How to remove GodMode from Vista (64bit)

So my friend Dennis blogged about GodMode so I thought I would give it a try.

Yeah, don’t do it on 64bit Vista.

If you made the mistake of trying to create a GodMode folder on 64Bit Vista (or Windows Server 2008), then explorer.exe will restart over and over.

So how do you get of the folder?  You have 2 choices.
1) You can go to another computer and browse to the desktop on your computer (\\computername\users\USERNAME\desktop\) and delete the GodMode folder.

2) If you have trouble with this (or don’t have another computer) then you can reboot into safe mode command prompt.  Then you can change directories to the desktop (cd c:\users\USERNAME\desktop).  Then run the following command: rd /s “GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}”   Click Y, when asked.

(You can also rename the directory and delete it after you reboot).

Then reboot and everything should be back to normal

Run Windows Server 2008 as a workstation

So if your tired of running Vista, you can run Windows 2008 as your workstation.  Windows 2008 runs much smoother than Vista.  I have run Windows 2008 as my main OS and I have enjoyed (until I tried Windows 7).  Here is link to using Windows 2008 Server as a workstation, http://www.win2008workstation.com/wordpress/.

I found this info in the Jan/Feb 2009 issue of Code magazine.