What To Do: If You Want To Enable GodMode On A Personal Computer That Is Running Windows 10

Enable GodMode On A Personal Computer That Is Running Windows 10

If your personal computer or lap top runs on Microsoft’s operating systems, you might want to get your hands on and enable “Godmode”. Godmode gives users of the Microsoft operating system access to a while lot of features they might otherwise not enjoy.  In fact, if you are not in Godmode, the folder which contains the links to all the settings is not going to be made available to you.

Being able to go in Godmode was a feature that was made available in the last three major versions that Microsoft released of Windows.  It is currently available as well in Windows 10.  In fact, it’s much easier to enable Godmode on a computer running Windows 10 then it is on a computer running the previous versions of Windows.

In this post, we’re going to show you how you can enable and begin using Godmode on your personal computer or laptop that is running Windows 10.  Follow along and enable Godmode.

What To Do: If You Want To Enable Godmode with Windows 10

Step 1 :  The first thing that you will need to do is create a new folder on the current desktop of your Windows 10 personal computer or laptop.  To create this new folder, right click with your mouse on any empty space on your desktop.  From the list of options presented, select New and then select Folder.

Step 2 : After creating the new folder on your desktop, the next thing you need to do is rename it.  Right click with your mouse on the new folder and select the Rename option.  Rename the folder by typing the following phrase in: GodMode. {ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

Step 3 : This new folder that you have created on your desktop and renamed will now be the new and powerful Godmode folder. Now, what you need to do is to double click the folder in order to open it.

Step 4 : After opening the Godmode folder, you will see that it contains all the links to settings in more than 40 different categories.  These categories include: User Accounts, Windows Mobility Centre, Work Folder, and others.

NOTE: You need to be working as an administrator so the system account that you use to create the Godmode folder needs to have administrative authority.

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