We have already heard of this name in Windows 7. This feature also existed in Windows Vista. Now, this is also present in Windows 8. MSDN refers it as Super Mode in WIndows 8 For those, who does not know about God Mode, below lies the introduction.

SUPER Mode in Windows 8

Most of all love Windows, but it is true that it is not all easy to find all the control panel settings and configuration Wizards. All of those settings are available; they are just difficult to put your finger on sometimes. For example, there are two control panels in Windows 8 - one is attached to the Start Screen and one is part of the Desktop environment. Of course, neither of them grants you access to all of the configuration settings you’d like to see. This is where you can employ the power of what has been named “Super mode.”

In Windows 8, Super mode is just a special folder that contains links to all of the control panel and configuration settings. Creating the special folder is not difficult, but it does require knowledge of a special code.

If you want to create the All Setting shortcut on your Windows 8 desktop, you may right-click on your desktop, select New > Folder and give it the following name:

   SuperMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

Alternatively, you could select New > Shortcut instead and in the Location of the item field, type the following:

     %WinDir%explorer.exe shell:::{F90C627B-7280-45db-BC26-CCE7BDD620A4}

You will get your Super Mode or God Mode shortcuts.

Super Mode

When you double-click that folder you will be taken to a very long list of control panel settings and configuration wizards, separated into sections.

Super Mode

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