Since Windows Vista, there is a God mode that allows you to access all Windows settings from one place.
All the settings listed will be displayed by categories and this simplifies the search for this or that setting since they will all be in the same place.
Important : although this God mode is available since Windows Vista, we will not cover it here, because it tends to instantly crash Windows Vista explorer from the moment you create the special folder (as explained in the continuation of the tutorial).
To enable God mode on Windows 7, create a new empty folder (where you want) and specify this as name:
Once the name is validated, the folder icon will be replaced by the icon of the control panel.
By clicking on this special shortcut, you will find a list of 278 settings on Windows 7 sorted by category.
To enable God mode on Windows 8 or 8.1, you will need to create a new empty folder (for example on the desktop) with this special name :
The folder you just created will change icon and appear like the control panel, but with the name "GodMode".
On Windows 8 / 8.1, you will find approximately 250 settings sorted by category, as was the case with Windows 7.
On Windows 10, the God mode still exists and the special name for the shortcut doesn't change.
Create a new empty folder and rename it to :
Small change on Windows 10, the shortcut for GodMode will not have a name. Unlike older versions of Windows where the GodMode name was displayed.
However, the principle remains the same : list all Windows 10 settings in one place.
Depending on your version of Windows 10, the number of available settings may vary, but it will be around 206.
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