There are a wide range of stunts for improving Windows, yet one of the most exceptional mysteries in Windows 10 and 11 is a secret element that some call "God Mode." God Mode has a long history: Since the dispatch of Windows Vista in 2007, you've had the option to make a custom envelope that pushes the aggregate of the Windows Control Panel into a rundown. You can't cut through dividers or become strong with it, however you can avoid the cutting edge, once in a while irritating Windows interface and get right to the choices you need.
The "God Mode" epithet appears to have been generally advocated by bloggers around 2010, presumably on the grounds that it's way catchier than the genuine name: Windows Master Control Panel alternate way. That doesn't actually feel amazing or tricky, isn't that right? So God Mode it is.
This stunt works in the two Windows 10 and Windows 11 (and assuming you're actually shaking Windows 7 or 8, that's right, it'll work for you as well). Here's the way to utilize it.
The God Mode organizer is quite straightforward in usefulness since its genuine design is to be an information base for names to pull up when you type them into the Start Menu's pursuit bar. It takes all of the Control Panel settings, similar to framework reestablish, date and time, mouse settings, printer settings, and the sky is the limit from there, and folds them into an effectively open rundown that you can likewise look through.
It's helpful on the off chance that you end up getting to Control Panel settings as often as possible. Possibly you need to get to your Bluetooth and mouse settings a great deal without whining with every one of the snaps it expects you to get to them in the typical Control Panel.
To empower "God Mode" you should simply right-click a clear region on your work area, feature New > Folder. Rename your new organizer:
Press enter to affirm the name.
That is it: The organizer symbol will change to the Control Panel symbol and when you open it, you'll approach a major rundown of choices.
Assuming you need to tidy up that rundown of choices, right-click any of the classifications in the organizer and select "breakdown all gatherings." That should make the in excess of 200 settings significantly more reasonable.
Assuming each of this sounds excessively strong for you to deal with, you can generally erase the record. In spite of its name, "God Mode" doesn't saturate Windows with any risky or strong forces. It essentially arranges an entire heap of settings into one advantageous spot.