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How to Enable God Mode in Windows 11 or Windows 10 (5 Simple Steps)

Enable God Mode in Windows 11

God Mode - Windows 10 or Windows 11

When Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, Windows 11, certain functions may disappear into the background. But that doesn't mean they aren't important (anymore). This gives you quick access to hidden features of Windows 10 or Windows 11.

To access a range of features that are no longer easily found in the Settings application, you must activate the God Mode. The name of the mod is a bit of an exaggeration. Because in fact, we create a folder that simply contains a series of shortcuts to all kinds of features. The God Mode gets easy access to dozens of advanced settings. simply it is a real-time-saver; especially if you've been looking for a certain option for a while that you just can't find. God Mode is available in Windows 10 and Windows 11, so it doesn't matter which version you have for this step-by-step process on how to enable the God Mode in Windows 11 or Windows 10 is as follows.

Enabling God Mode Windows 11 and Windows 10

To enable the God Mode of Windows 11 and Windows 10, follow these steps.

  1. Create a folder on your desktop. To do this, Right-click on the desktop and select New->Folder.
  2. Give the folder the following name: GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} Once you have created, The name will disappear once you are finished. The folder now effectively has no name and that is normal.
  3. Now, Open the folder. After opening you will see a complete list of options. The list consists of more than 200 settings menus to choose from, organized into categories such as Security and Maintenance and Power Options.
  4. You can now drag the shortcuts in the folder to your desktop so that you always have quick access to a certain function. For example, if you want one-click access to your printer settings, you can now do that.
  5. By the way, keep in mind that the image of the folder (the icon) can change after you restart your computer. That's too is normal.

Whichever way you look at it, and whatever you think of God Mode, it's a handy option with which many settings can be reached quickly. The name is perhaps a bit unfortunate because it creates expectations, but that does not alter the fact that accessibility is paramount here. So you can't find a certain function or would you really like to get to specific settings with one click? Then you now know what to do.