Windows 10 – GodMode is back and you can put it on a flash drive

Windows Vista, 7 and 8 had GodMode and it’s back in Windows 10.   By creating a folder on your Windows desktop (or make a folder on a flashdrive – you can do this in any of the named operating systems) and naming the folder –

You can rename the GodMode portion to whatever you want to as long as you follow it with the symbol . and the rest of the string that follows.

You’ll get a list of all of the commands and shortcuts inside of Windows that IT folks have known about for a long time (since the days of Vista).

Once you create the folder and type in the information above and hit enter, you’ll have an icon that will be titled whatever you want.  When you open the folder, you’ve got whatever you need at your fingertips.

1 GodMode or 6 SuperMode

2 GodMode 3 GodMode 4 GodMode 5 GodMode

GodMode (whatever) – can be put on a flashdrive also!   It’s then portable so when you troubleshoot a computer…it goes with you…it works on Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 or 10…

On a VM (below) running from a flashdrive and the second picture shows it running on the host from the flashdrive.

7 Virtual Machine

8 Regular Computer

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