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Windows 10: Unlock God Mode and see all Settings

Windows 10 comes with the Control Panel and Settings, but the modern application of Settings has a peculiarity, the basic features are missing. Fortunately, Windows 10 is still accompanied by an advanced settings page based on the Control Panel called "God Mode" which allows you to easily access all the advanced tools, features and tasks.

God Mode lets you access all management features and is even better than modern Windows 10 settings.

As you can see in the screenshot above, God Modes UI is based on its layout control Panel and is designed to help you quickly configure Windows settings.

Enable God mode in Windows 10

To access God mode in Windows 10, you must create a special folder shortcut on your desktop, as highlighted in the following steps:

1. Log in to your account with administrator privileges.

2. On the desktop, right-click anywhere.

3. Select "Create a new folder".

4. Right-click on the new folder.

5. Rename the folder to the following command:

GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

6. Press enter.

You can double-click this folder to open God mode. When you are in the God Mode folder, a σελίδα similar to the following screenshot:

As you can see, the God mode of Windows 10 offers up to 200 settings and are assigned to different categories. For example, disk management options are available in Administrator Tools.

You can also use CLSID, which is a worldwide unique identifier to access other configuration pages directly from the desktop by specifying a COM class object.

Extended GodMode

Extended GodMode is a free tool designed for improvement of the default God Mode experience in Windows 10.

With the extended GodMode, you can access more than 200 options and settings in one place, but also browse the list all settings using various filters.

If you can not find a specific one regulation, you can use the search box and its result search will be saved so you can access it again when you open the Extended GodMode tool.

Likewise, you can even create a favorites list and add bookmarks to your favorite settings to change them quickly in the future.

You can download the tool from here.

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