One of the annoying things about Windows 10 is that some of the settings you want are under Settings but others could be found under Control Panel.

There’s a secret trick that lets you access all of your settings. It’s called God Mode. All you need to do to activate it is make and name a folder. Start by right-clicking on a blank spot on your desktop, choosing Folder and then New.

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Rename the folder with this text:
GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}
The text before the period ( . ) sign can be whatever you like. GodMode is a common name but you can call it TammyMode or SecretMode. Whatever the name, you’ll now see this icon on your desktop.

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Double click and you’ll see of your settings options in alphabetical order.

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Scroll down and check them all out. Troubleshooting is an especially helpful one. Look at all the choices there.

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Just click on any of the settings listed to open them. You can also search God Mode at the top of the Window.

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Let’s scroll on down to our Internet Options. Right there without having to change tabs or dig into advanced settings, you can see options to block pop-ups, allow cookies, change security, change your search provider, delete your browsing history, manage add-ons, turn off autocomplete, and more.

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This setting may be the biggest time-saver in the history of the world. At least the history of the Windows world.