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God Mode for Windows 10 and 11



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Hey Kids! Have you ever wondered where all the fun little settings are that you used to be able to get to in the control panel?? Me too!! So I went digging and found that there is still God Mode, but it's a bit hidden. Thanks Microsoft ....



What exactly can you do with God Mode? Well you have a lot more control over the audio/visual aspects, history, partitioning and defrag, autoplay settings, backup and restore, devices, fonts, indexing, internet options, peripherals, power options, and security and maintenance. Many options are in the control panel, but they're laid out better here, imo.



Anyways, lets go over the easiest way to get and set this mode so its easy to get to whenever you want it.



Windows 11


Step 1:


Go to your desktop


desktop view


Step 2:


Create a New folder


create new folder on desktop


Step 3:


Name said folder All Tasks.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}


rename folder

Save and you'll see the folder image change to this:

final view of folder


Step 4:


Open folder and explore the options



god mode options



Windows 10


Step 1:


Go to your desktop


desktop view


Step 2:


Create a New folder


create new folder


Step 3:


Name said folder {ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}


rename folder

Step 4:


Open folder and explore the options


god mode options

Quick Tip:

I went into the properties of the folder and named it "God Mode" as a reminder to myself as the folder does not show a visible name like most other objects do


general name of folder


Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!!







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