Hey guys, so today I’m going to walk you through a simple trick that’ll help you maximise the use of your Windows PC. What if I told you your windows desktop/PC actually have two control panels? Strange, right? There’s actually a virtual control panel that gives users more than 260 settings on any Windows version tagged God mode.
God mode gives system administrators access to numbers of settings that are actually hidden or not available in the form of short-cuts which is helpful for users who want to access more complex system configurations on all Windows versions which include Windows 7, Windows 8 and also the new Windows 10. Right after the jump is how to get this feature activated
1. You need to right-click on your desktop and create a new folder.
2. Right-click on the newly created folder and rename the folder by copying and pasting the code exactly as it is below;
3. Once you’ve replaced the name, you will see an icon which shares a similar look like the control panel.
4. Double-click on it to launch the God mode.
Congratulations! You now have access to over 260 commands separated into different categories, and sorted in alphabetical order but remember to never rename the “folder / icon” because access will be lost instantly and you have to redo the procedure from the beginning.
Hope this post was helpful. Please feel free to share or leave a comment below if you encounter problems along the way. Cheers!