start windows 10 in safe mode Booting to safe Mode is a big help! By booting to Safe Mode you can easily diagnose what is wrong with your PC.
So you are going to find out not one, not two, not three, but four ways to boot to Safe Mode.
The first way to boot to Safe mode is by enabling it and you can do that via the System Configuration tool.
To do that, click the ‘Start’ button and then type, ‘system configuration’ or ‘msconfig’ from the search field and then after that select the System Configuration tool from the search result.
Once you’ve opened this tool,click the ‘Boot’ tab and then go under where it says ‘Boot options‘ and then check ‘Safe boot.’So now by doing this, when you restart your PC,
Windows will automatically boot to safe mode and this is great — because let’s say you have to diagnose something that requires you to restart the computer many times, Windows will always automatically boot to safe mode!
But that itself is a problem because Windows will always automatically boot the Safe Mode and surely at one point you’re going to want to don’t normal boot again.
Happily, you can always go back to the System Configuration utility and then uncheck Safe boot under Boot options again.
The second way to boot to Safe Mode is via the system settings. To do that, click the ‘Start‘ button and then type ‘advanced startup options’ in the search field and then choose ‘Change advanced startup options’ in the search results and this will take you directly to these options from the settings. So now, go all the way to the bottom under where it says ‘Advanced startup’ and then click ‘Restart now.’ After restarting your PC, you will notice this blue ‘Choose an option’ screen.
From there, select ‘Troubleshoot’ and then select ‘Advanced options’ and then select the ‘Startup settings’ and then you will notice all that will happen once you restart your computer again and so to confirm, click ‘Restart‘ once more. After restarting your PC, this time now you will notice this ‘Startup Settings‘ screen. from there, choose options four, five, or six to boot to Safe Mode. The third way is via the sign-in page.
Let’s say for example you’re about to enter your password or PIN to enter Windows 10.
Well from there, you can boot to Safe Mode as well. All you have to do is
press and hold SHIFT and then click the power button and then choose ‘Restart.’
Of course while holding SHIFT. And then after restarting your PC, you will notice that once again it boots to the ‘Choose an option’ screen. From there, choose ‘Troubleshoot’ and then choose ‘Advanced options’ choose ‘Startup settings’ and then confirm by clicking ‘Restart’ once more.
And then on the next screen, choose options 4, 5, or 6 to boot to Safe Mode.
The fourth and last way is from scratch! Let’s say for example your computer is totally off.
Even in such circumstances, it is still possible to boot to Safe Mode. This may seem a little tedious, but bear with me.
Hit the power button to turn on your computer.
Now immediately on the first sign your computer has started, you might see for example a logo of the manufacturer and so on.
And now for
Immediately after that,
press and hold the power button again for about 10 seconds, and this will turn off your computer.
Repeat these procedures again turn it on and
then look for asign that Windows has started and then hit the power button for about 10seconds.
And finally this time hit the power button again to turn on the computer.
And this time it will finally boot to the windows recovery environment,and then
from there you are going to see the same ‘Choose an option‘ screen.
of course, choose ‘Troubleshoot,’ ‘Advanced options,’ and so on.
And that’s it! These are the different ways of booting to Safe Mode on Windows 10.
Personally, my favorite is by using the System
Configuration tool because you can turn Safe Mode on and off at will.
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