GodMode Activation in Windows 8

Have you ever wondered of accessing all the OS settings under one roof? Windows 8 comes with a feature called God Mode that allows you to access all settings of the Operating System under the same roof. Here is the tutorial how you can activate GodMode in Windows 8.

GodMode activate Windows 8

Windows 8 brings about many new features that make it different from the earlier version of Windows OS. GOD mode is one such feature added in the new OS. It has nothing to do with the spiritual or rituals as the name indicates. It is simply a shell folder where you can find all settings of the Operating System under the same roof, thus providing an easier way to access or have all the settings listed in one roof.

Upon activating God Mode you can list all the OS settings in one roof, thereby making the access to all settings way easier and simple. It can be accomplished by creating a new folder and naming the folder, followed by a “.” along with the GUID within curly brackets.

This mode resembles like the Control Panel and assembles the Control Panel items and other settings and keeps it in one folder, making it easier for you to access any settings just in one click. Moreover, navigating to any settings in Windows 8 is carried out with the Charms Bar, although Windows + X also provides a shortcut to control panel and requires few more number of steps. Therefore, God Mode comes in handy in that case. The tutorial here will help you to create God Mode in Windows 8.

How to activate GodMode in Windows 8

  • In the desktop mode, right click in an empty space and go to New and select Folder. This will create a new folder
  • Next, rename it as GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

Godmode renaming

That’s all. You can see the GodMode folder created in your desktop. To access any settings you can now simply click the folder created in the desktop.

Godmode in windows8 desktop

Whenever you want to access all the settings in one roof, follow the steps described above and activate God Mode.


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