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Enable 'God Mode' for better Netflix browsingCNET's Dan Graziano shows how to disable horizontal scrolling on the Netflix website.
The Netflix website can be a huge pain to use. Sure you can search for specific titles but if you want to browse through all of the content you have to suffer through an endless and painfully slow scroll wheel. Luckily there is a new tool out there that you can use to change this and it's called GodMode. To use it, first make sure the bookmark bar is visible in your browser. The actual command to do this varies slightly depending on the browser you're using, but typically you can enable the toolbar by right clicking the empty area at the top of your browser and selecting the option to show bookmarks or favorites. Head to the website you see below and drag the green button to the bookmark bar. Now head on over to the Netflix website and sign in as you normally would. You will still see the horizontal rows of the shows but don't worry. Simply tap the new Netflix Godmode button in your bookmark bar and whala, the scroll bar has disappeared. Movie and TV tiles will now be displayed vertically and you can seamlessly scroll from top to bottom to find the show you want to watch. For more tips and tricks like this one be sure to check out howto.cnet.com. You can always reach out to me on Twitter with any questions or comments. I'm Dan Graziano for CNet. Thanks for watching. [MUSIC]