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How to enable God mode in windows 10

IT | Aug 27, 2016 | Master3395

If you are a long time Windows user you may remember the trick to enable the God mode for those who don’t it is a feature that gives all the access to the operating system control panel settings.

God Mode is just a way to access the master control panel in Windows 10 .The feature is useful for those in IT, those who manage a computer, and obviously for those advanced enthusiasts. Most consumers have little need for the feature, and in fact, it could lend itself to doing some damage to the OS.

Enable God Mode in Windows 10

  1. Make sure your system account has administrative privileges
  2. Right-click on the Windows 10 desktop and choose New >Folder
  3. Name the folder: GodMode.
  4. { ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C }
  5. and hit enter/return to make it stick

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Enable God Mode in Windows 10

You can actually name the folder anything you want like Script. Simply replace ‘GodMode’ before the ... characters to your liking.

god-mode-list

When is the settings panel in the God mode you see around 40 different settings some variations make list depending upon the type of the windows version you are using.

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