For those Window 10 fanboys, who want to have parallel god-like powers, GodMode is the answer for them. It is a hidden feature of Windows that provides additional customization preferences for the operating system. It’s something that not many Windows users will be conscious of. However, GodMode is built into Microsoft Windows 10, just as it was in previous Windows versions.
Despite its name, still, it’s not as that powerful as you might think. It does “unhide” plethora of settings that are hidden from the Control Panel, letting hardcore fans further customize their user experience.
Enabling GodMode gives you the access to manage Advance Windows options, including Windows Defender, User Accounts, Windows Mobility Center, and many others. Overall you can expect more than 250 functions and tools that will be now be accessible.
You can also drag-and-drop any of the commands to your desktop screen to create a shortcut for the command.
What is GodMode in Windows?
The Windows Master Control Panel shortcut, written off as All Tasks and also known as “Windows GodMode” by bloggers, is a short-cut access various control settings in Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10.
It’s a folder with a certain name; users have access to all of the operating system’s control panels from within a particular folder.
How to Enable GodMode in Windows 10
To enable GodMode in Windows 10, first make sure your computer has administrative privileges.
Step 1: Right-click on your Windows 10 desktop.
Step 2: Click on “New” and then click on “Folder.”
Step 3: Now, copy and paste the below given text.
Note: If you’d like to name the folder something else, just replace the GodMode in the name with whatever you want.
Step 4: Now, hit “Enter” and the folder will be created. The icon of the newly created folder will look like the Control Panel.
P.S. This tip also works for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
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