God Mode : Here’s how to make God Mode in Windows 11 or Windows 10 in a few simple steps
You do not need to be a god to enable Mode in Windows 11 or Windows 10. This secret feature collects over 200 administrative tools. And settings in one portable folder, to keep you looking for them individually.
God Mode is introduced in Windows Vista. And many of the integration options are available. In various parts of the Control Panel. Although Microsoft has now removed most of the Control Panel configuration features in the Windows Settings application, Mode enabled still offers a number of useful options.
This includes daily tasks such as adding and uninstalling programs and user accounts. Creating and formatting disk partitions, creating System restore points, adjusting your power settings. Customizing Windows looks, fixing common PC issues, and much more.
threat to remove the Windows Control
Indeed, despite Microsoft’s long-standing threat to remove the Windows Control Panel, it is still available in Windows 11. This means that Mode is still running on Windows 11 and, in the same way as previous versions of Windows.
In our guide below, we will explain how to make Mode in Windows 11 and 10. And how to use it once enabled. There is no danger of unlocking this hidden feature. other than making it easier. For other people to adjust your settings. So, if you ever wanted to play god on your PC, here’s how to do it. Note that while we are using screenshots from Windows 11, these steps should apply equally to Windows 10 as well.
How to Make God Mode in Windows: Open God Mode
- Right-click the empty area of your Windows desktop and move your mouse cursor down to the New in the content menu. Select Folder from the sidebar that opens.
- Select a new folder on your desktop and press the F2 key on your keyboard or right-click the folder and select Rename. Give the folder the following name by copying and pasting the text below:
- Press Enter on your keyboard or right-click a folder to confirm its new name. The folder icon can be changed to the Control Panel icon, as shown below, although it sometimes returns to the default folder icon. Double-click this to enter Mode.
Alternatively, right-click the icon and select Open. This will also allow you to pin God Mode in the “Quick Access” menu in File Explorer.
How to Make God Mode in Windows: Using Mode
- When the God Mode folder opens, you will be introduced with a list of more than 200 Windows tools and settings, categorized and sorted alphabetically.
Double-click input to access that tool or setting, or right-click and select Open.
- For even easier access to a specific Windows tool or setting, right-click on it and select “Create Shortcut.”
Windows will warn you that you can’t create a shortcut in the Mode folder, so select Yes to place the shortcut on your desktop instead.
- If you find that the God Mode category structure is difficult to navigate, you can display all of its options in a single alphabetical list. Right-click an empty folder and select “Collect with,” and say Name
- Similarly, you can display Mode settings as thumbnails that are easier to click than text in a long list. Right-click an empty space and select View, then select “Medium Thumbnails” or “Large Thumbnails.”
- If you decide that you no longer want God Mode, in case other people use it to modify Windows settings without your permission, simply right-click a folder on your desktop and select Delete.
You will still be able to access various God Mode options individually with the Windows Control Panel.