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How To Enable God Mode In Windows 10

If you've been using the Windows operating system for many years to date, then you've most likely come across (or personally used) a very powerful feature named God Mode, that allows you to access the OS's control panels via a single folder located on your computer's desktop. If you have no Idea what this Is, rest assured, you're In good hands. In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable God Mode with Incredible ease.

So what exactly Is God Mode, and why Is It named as such? I'm glad you've asked! God Mode Is simply an alias that someone, somewhere and somehow came up with the name, and has been referred to as that by every user who's had the pleasure of utilizing It. The real name of God Mode Is Windows Master Control Panel shortcut. For the purpose of this tutorial, I'll also refer to It as God Mode.

Irrespective of It's title, once It's been created, It provides access to Control Panel tools and an array of management settings- all located In the one folder. I have no doubt that you'll be very Impressed with It, so without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.

Step One:

Firstly, navigate to you computer's desktop, right-click on a blank area and select New > Folder.

Step Two:

Next, name the folder with the following title exactly as shown below.
You can actually replace God Mode with any name you like, but If you don't specify a name, an error message similar to the one below will be returned.

Of course, I've entered the full name and as you can see, the God Mode folder has been created. Let's double-click It and see what It contains.

Step Three:

It's way beyond the scope of this article to Illustrate each and every setting that It entails, thus I'll only demonstrate a few, starting with Administrative Tools.

Step Four:

Next, the Backup and Restore setting, allows you to do exactly that with a few clicks of the mouse. If your Windows 10 edition supports It, you can encrypt your drives using BitLocker Drive Encryption.

Last Step:

My final demonstration, Is the Mouse settings, whereby you can select from a number of options to change the behavior of your PC's mouse according to your preference and usability.

Final Thoughts:

I'd say It's safe to assume, that you've realized the power of God Mode and the Impact It has In having hundreds of administrative tools all In the one folder. Evidently, what I've demonstrated above, barely touches the surface of what It contains. Try It for yourself, you will not be disappointed.


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