God Mode is a special option available in the past several of Windows versions (Windows 10,Windows 8.1,Windows 7 and Windows Vista) that gives you quick access to most of the applets and commands from Control Panel. In fact, Its real name is the Windows Master Control Panel shortcut. God Mode was an inside joke, but one that stuck. God Mode has always been considered of greatest appeal to advanced Windows users and developers, but it can be helpful to anyone who would like an array of commands available in one single place. God Mode doesn’t unlock any extra secret features in Windows or let you do any tweaking that you can’t do in the regular Windows interface. Instead, it’s simply a special folder you can enable that exposes most of Windows’ admin, management, settings, and Control Panel tools in a single, easy-to-scroll-through interface.There’s nothing amazing that you can’t find by using the control panel in Windows 10, but it’s nice to have all master control panel options you could possibly ever need in one folder.
Create a shortcut to the God Mode in Windows 10
You can create a shortcut to the God Mode on the Desktop in Windows 10.
1- Make sure your system account has administrative privileges
2- Now, rename the folder to the following:
3- Press enter and you’re all set!
4- When done, you should have an icon on your desktop that has the above title and looks like the icon in the image below.
5- Double-click the icon to open the newly-created God Mode.
The major categories are organized alphabetically and so are the more than 200 settings you’ll find within those categories. If at any time you would like to remove GodMode, all you have to do is delete the folder you created.
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