Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Enabling "God Mode", part of Windows 10: Tips and Tricks.
- If you find yourself constantly accessing…the Windows 10 system settings,…maybe you're an administrator…and you need to access those settings…on a regular basis.…You can get access to all of them in one place…by enabling something known as GodMode.…and that's exactly what we're going to right now.…We're going to start by going to the Exercise Files folder,…double clicking there…and double clicking the GodMode text document…to open it up.…Because what you're going to see here…is the code that's required to enable GodMode.…And here's how we do it.…We create a brand new folder…and we name it what you see here in this text file.…
GodMode dot, there's your squiggly bracket…and you can see the code in between…the closing squiggly bracket.…We're going to select all of this…by clicking and dragging.…And we'll copy it.…You can go to the Edit menu…and choose Copy.…Control C is your keyboard shortcut.…Right click it and copy it.…However you like to do it,…once it's copied,…we can close up this file.…And we can even close up File Explorer.…
- Describe how to customize your startup environment.
- Explain how to run multiple virtual desktops.
- Recall how to print and save files to PDF.
- Cite the method for cutting and pasting in command prompt.
- Explain what God Mode is.
- Describe how to choose a target folder for File Explorer.
- Summarize how to use the new calculator feature.
- Recall how to edit photos in the Photos app.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Top 10
2. Keyboard Shortcuts
3. Efficiency Tips
4. Display Tips
5. Performance Tips
6. Useful Apps, Tools, and Utilities
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