How To Enable God Mode In Windows 10

Making administrative chores shorter can cut down the amount of time taken to complete tasks and gives you more

Making administrative chores shorter can cut down the amount of time taken to complete tasks and gives you more time to complete other important jobs. This example can be perfectly simulated using God Mode, which brings everything into a single folder. God Mode is also known as the All Tasks folder.

Why use God Mode?

 It gives you complete control of the operating system into a single folder from which you can access them, make the required changes, or add enhanced panels into the line of processing. But ensure you only try this trick if you know how to control a system. If not, in the very next step, the machine will crash.

God Mode combines the control panel and many other administrative files in a single folder. There is nothing like a secret feature that gets unlocked. You end up with a Windows interface tweak center that you can already explore in a different corner of this operating system. Altogether you get 206 tools packed in a folder.

While exploring the folder, you will come across some significant tools like auto-play, restoration, backup, display management, plug-in devices, files and index options, connectivity, voice recognition, and more. Additionally, all the tools are expanded into sub-categories, increasing usability and administrative controls.

How do I enable it?

God Mode was first introduced in Windows Vista, carried on in all subsequent versions, including Windows 10. The “God Mode” is just a famous string for this folder; you can name it anything you like. To do this, you must log in as an administrator or have administrative rights to make this happen. Once the administrator profile or administrative privileges are enabled, move to the desktop and create a new folder. Name the new folder as GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}.

As specified earlier, you can replace the “GodMode” with any of your interested titles. Ensure that the braced string with the dot or period before them is appropriately and accurately added to make the folder effective. The folder is enabled if the new folder icon changes to the control panel one. Open the folder to view what is inside.

Here is another method that might add some adventure to the whole process. For this, you will have to play with the registry editor. Open the editor by typing “regedit” in the start menu taskbar, which will show the Registry Editor in the search results. Or click and hold the windows button on the start menu, which will open the Run.

Type “regedit” and press OK. It will open up the same thing. Here find the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}. The “All Tasks” in this key would have the default value. This means you need to just open shell:::{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} or explorer.exe shell:::{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} and it will open the All Tasks folder by default.