I knew what you meant by enhanced. What I meant to ask was that what exactly has been changed in it? What has been changed in the code to make it double the money, as you put it? Since that can be made with just adjusting settings of the EA without the need to tamper with the actual code.
Of course there is always more risk involved but basically it's only money management, entry methods and targeting profit + occasional 'get out of a losing trade with some martingale'.https://jtatoday.info/wiki/index.php?title=Change_File_Log_%28Blessing%29#Blessing_3_v3.7
There's a link to see what has been changed/improved since 3.7. Quite a few changes.
I tried to find information on those settings that can be seen on the picture you posted. Particularly YourAccountNumber and IBFXmicro. IBFXmicro just means = 'An IBFXmicro account is one where the contract size per lot is $10,000' which basically means that if set to true it will multiply order size by 10(=if EA wants to open 0.01 lots it will instead open 0.1 lots). It has got nothing else to do with IBFX. Couldn't find info about YourAccountNumber though, maybe that has been added in?
Blessing has so many ways to use it, thanks to it's many settings, that it is hard to say what is the best way to use it. It's personal preference. Steady and slow? Fast and risky? Trade picker? All-in? Go in by MA, CCI, BB, Stochastics or MACD or any combination of these? Hedge the hell out of losing trade? Use small grid, large grid, many trades in a basket or a one-trader? Options are almost endless and you just have to find a solution that suits you.
Backtest itself has the time frame and settings info in it if you look again(I used 5M). The set file is freely available on jtalon.com forums but I did a few tweaks to it to suit me.
Less effort, better results.