Are you trying out the new and shiny Windows 10? It has received mostly positive reviews and on top of that, it’s free for existing Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users, which means it doesn’t hurt to try out this new offering from Microsoft. If you’re on Windows 10, then you must have noted that the settings are divided into two sections: in the traditional Control Panel and also in the new Settings menu. Some might find this confusing.
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For example, some settings like Windows update and touchscreen-related settings are present in the Settings menu, while Device Manager is present in the Control Panel. If you’re one who finds this confusing, then there’s a solution to this problem, and its name is God Mode.
God Mode is nothing too fancy but simply a folder from which you can access all of the settings at one place so that you don’t need to keep on searching for some specific settings in the wrong place.
Process to enable God Mode in Windows 10
It is really easy to enable the God Mode in Windows 10. To do this, right-click on the desktop and then click on New > Folder.
Now, copy and paste the following as a folder name:
Once you do this, the folder icon will change to a control panel icon. Now to access all of your Windows 10 settings from one place, just double-click on it.
Tip: Instead of naming this folder “God Mode,” you can rename it to anything. To do this, just change the text before the period, and you’re good to go. For example, you can change the name to “All Settings” or anything else.