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How to Enable the Hidden God Mode in Windows 10

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okay, so, per Brian's instruction: i entered the following string "GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}"

in its entirety as the file name of a NEW FOLDER set up on my desktop screen. got an EMPTY folder as a result!

i did so trying one folder WITHOUT the indicated brackets (}), still nada.

i also tried, in lieu of copy & paste (again, as per a direct email reply from Brian), entering that string by manually typing the

freaking thing as the folder name. once more, i still got an empty folder!!

so what's the trick to getting this "God Mode" info automatically placed into my new desktop folder, huh???

would appreciate an answer to this problem on a "hidden god mode" that doesn't show up on Windows 10.

ben.

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I have it as JediMode name on my system. Just created another folder as a test, then copied the name of JediMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} (don't use quotes) to the new folder after deleting the name of new folder in the properties name and it worked fine for me.. I am the admin on my machine..

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God Mode is a hidden feature of Windows 10 that gives access (shortcut) to each option in the Control Panel on one screen. The term GodMode is also known as the Windows Master Control Panel shortcut or the All Tasks folder.

We can activate this feature by creating a folder with a specific name, later in the folder there will be access to each control panel setting to its sub. There are a total of 252 shortcuts, which are divided into 42 categories as follows:

Action Center (15 shortcuts)
Administrative Tools (10 shortcuts)
AutoPlay (3 shortcuts)
Backup and Restore (2 shortcuts)
Color Management
Credential Manager
Date and Time (4 shortcuts)
Default Program (2 shortcuts)
Desktop Gadgets (6 shortcuts)
Device Manager
Devices and Printer (9 shortcuts)
Display (11 shortcuts)
Ease of Access Center (26 shortcuts)
Folder Options (5 shortcuts)
Fonts (3 shortcuts)
Getting Started (4 shortcuts)
HomeGroup (2 shortcuts)
Indexing Options
Internet Options (14 shortcuts)
Keyboard (2 shortcuts)
Location and Other Sensors (3 shortcuts)
Mouse (8 shortcuts)
Network and Sharing Center shortcut)
Notification Area Icons (6 shortcuts)
Performance Information and Tools (4 shortcuts)
Personalization (12 shortcuts)
Phone and Modem
Power Options (7 shortcuts)
Program and Features (9 shortcuts)
Recovery
Region and Language (7 shortcuts)
RemoteApp and Desktop Connections
Sound (4 shortcuts)
Speech Recognition (3 shortcuts)
Sync Center (6 shortcuts)
System (20 shortcuts)
Taskbar and Start Menu (10 shortcuts)
Troubleshooting (12 shortcuts)
User Accounts (9 shortcuts)
Windows CardSpace
Windows Defender
Windows Firewall (2 shortcuts)
Windows Updates (2 shortcuts)

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