Quick and easy way to access all the settings in Windows 8

  Chronos the 2nd 04 Dec 12
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One of the annoyances of Windows 8 is trying to find all the various system settings. Here is a way to make them readily available in one big list. 1. Go to the Desktop 2. Right-click an empty spot on the Desktop 3. Choose “New-Folder” 4.Give the folder this name: All Settings .{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} 5. Open the folder to see a complete list of settings

(This works in Windows 7 also where it is sometimes called “God Mode”.)

  Pine Man 04 Dec 12

That's very useful. Thanks:-)

  Forum Editor 04 Dec 12

And there's more:-

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  Angry Kid 09 Dec 12

There is an excellent app within the Windows store called 'Ultimate Windows 8 Shortcuts'. Very useful

Angry ;-)

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