Windows 10 will soon be blowing its first candle and you probably think you know it like the back of your hand, it and all the tools it comes with. What you might not know, however, is that it's perfectly possible to tweak the system to access a rather peculiar tool panel, a panel that looks a bit like God Mode. It even goes by that name if you want to know everything.
Some of you may know this, but system options and settings can be accessed from two different places: settings and control panel.
The first is aimed more at users, the second at technicians and other administrators.
A God Mode to control everything on Windows 10
Yes, but there is also a third way: God Mode . As indicated above, the latter is in the form of a panel comprising… no less than 240 different parameters. If it will allow you to finely configure your screen or even your printers, it will also give you control over the appearance of your cursor or even the sensitivity of your stylus.
Not everyone will use it, of course, but it's still good to know it exists. The funniest thing, by the way, is that you won't need to snoop around the registry or do any very complicated operations to activate it.
It's quite the opposite and anyone will be able to access this famous tool panel.
Start by placing the cursor over an empty area of the desktop. Then right click and look for the option “New” then “Folder”. There, Windows 10 will create a new directory and prompt you to type its name. Call it this way:
Then press the “enter” key on your keyboard to validate your choice. The folder icon will then change and turn into a tool panel titled “GodMode”. Double click on it to access its options.
Windows 10 will then open a window in the middle of the screen with a column on the left in order to allow you to filter the displayed options according to different criteria. As mentioned above, this panel brings together dozens of different options and it's impossible to list them all here, but there's nothing stopping you from poking around to get an idea of what they offer.
Now try to keep track of what you change anyway so you can easily go back later.