The GodMode of Windows 10 is nothing else than a special folder with a stack of shortcuts (around 260) to tools and utilities. Many of these functions are already known and are available in regular control panel. The GodMode is a hidden feature of Windows 10.
The real name of the GodMode folder is Windows Master Control Panel shortcut
To create the GodMode special folder, just create a new folder where you want and rename it in:
Actually the GodMode prefix is not mandatory, you can also rename it in:
Here a preview of the GodMode folder:
With Classic Shell, I already have a quick access to many shortcuts:
2 thoughts on “How to Enable GodMode in Windows 10”
Classic Shell is awesome I love it. Installed on all Windows 10 PC’s. I do hope they create a classic Control Panel as well when Microsoft dumps it for the ugly Settings app.
You are not as active as you were a few years ago. I remember the time when you posted a lot of graphics news. Everything OK? Just got tired of it?
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