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    The 3rd release of SpinRite v6.1 is published and may be obtained by all SpinRite v6.0 owners at the SpinRite v6.1 Pre-Release page. (SpinRite will shortly be officially updated to v6.1 so this page will be renamed.) The primary new feature, and the reason for this release, was the discovery of memory problems in some systems that were affecting SpinRite's operation. So SpinRite now incorporates a built-in test of the system's memory. For the full story, please see this page in the "Pre-Release Announcements & Feedback" forum.
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Windows 10 God mode.




Remember the old 'God mode' folder in Windows 7? It still works in Windows 10.

Create a folder on your desktop and call it:


It will be filled with 215 links (Grouped) for every configuration setting you could ever want.
I find it much easier to jump to something I need to change than navigating the Windows 10 Menu structure. :)

Have a great day!

All the best



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I think I mentioned this elsewhere, but this is somewhat similar, in function, to https://github.com/builtbybel/control-uwp




That's actually super cool. I'll need to try it one day.




It's also available in installable form on https://peazip.github.io/peazip-add-ons.html (find it under Other Resources / SPIN-OFF UTILITIES at MyGodmode 1.4)
(for Vista and newer versions of Windows, 542.9 kilobyte .exe file, last updated 2016-09-18. Convenient!)