Windows 10 is already the most popular OS right now and it’s creating buzz ever since its release. If you like personalizing your PC and stirring things up a bit more, the new OS offers the perfect treat for you: God Mode.
What is GOD Mode?
GodMode is a hidden folder that makes available a range of handy customization for your PC. The best part is that it is easy to install and not complicated.
The hidden tweak, which not many know about, was available for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 and still works for Windows 10. The GodMode feature basically offers users easy access to the innumerable features on Windows, as well as the customization options, all in a single interface. It also sorts them into categories, such as Administrative Tools and Display, to make life a lot easier.
As Windows 10 has shifted maximum features to the Settings screen (and is phasing out the traditional Control Panel slowly), one will be able to access the settings on your PC that exist in the latest OS but are not visible in the new UI or the Settings screen.
To enable the hidden feature for Windows 10, here’s what you need to do:
Step 1: Right-click on your desktop and make a new folder. For the folder’s name, paste the string given below:
Do not forget to insert the period after “GodMode.” You can also alter the name of the folder (even though the hack is called GodMode). To do so, simply alter the “GodMode” part of the string to the name you want.
Step 2: Once you have inserted the string, hit Enter and the icon will resemble the Control Panel.
Step 3: Open the folder to see the available customization options/configuration settings at your disposal. It is pretty easy to shift around GodMode on your system the same manner in which you can shift any traditional folder.
In the event you change your mind and want to remove the customization, just click on the GodMode icon on your system and simply delete it. Re-enabling it is easy too and can be done using any of the above-mentioned steps.
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