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God mode in Windows 10 or 11: Explained!

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God mode in Windows 10 or 11 is a collection of most options found in the Control Panel or Settings app accessed in a single click. It is basically a folder containing 216 options that can be accessed in one action rather than taking extra steps in the Settings app or the old fashioned Control Panel.

The Control Panel or Settings app contains more options that are usually difficult to find. For instance, if you want to rename your PC, you need to go to Settings->System->About->Rename this PC. Also, if you want to change your environment variables, you need to go to Settings->System->About->Advanced System Settings or Control Panel->System->Advanced System Settings. These commands require extra steps and are sometimes difficult to find. God mode makes it easier with a single action. You just double click the required option and bam! You are good to go.

How to Enable God Mode in Windows 11 or 10

Right click on the desktop and hover the pointer at New then select Folder.

1. Name the folder using the bolded characters as follows: GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} , Just copy the text and paste it into the name of the folder and press Enter key.

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2. After creating the folder, the name of the folder will disappear. The folder will turn from yellow to a Control Panel-like colour.

3. You can open the folder to see all 216 options. This folder called God mode will be a time saver for most of your options and tweaks.

Image credit: Mickinet Systems

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