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How to Boot in Safe Mode in Windows 10.

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INTRODUCTION,

One way to troubleshoot a Windows computer is to boot it safely. According to Microsoft, you can determine what is wrong by monitoring how your computer is operating in safe mode. Specifically, if the problem does not exist in safe mode, it means that the computer’s default settings and basic drivers do not cause the problem. If you have a problem with your computer and you want to fix it.

The old methods of booting into Windows Safe Mode have been phased out and the new ones will take effect. If you think the process should be a little simpler, we agree to consider how important the security wall is. However, right now these are the best ways to jump through the rings you need to get to.

Windows 10 Security Wall is an important part of your computer. When something goes wrong with your computer that you can not resolve through the operating system, the security wall may be the place to go, So here’s “How to Boot in Safe Mode in Windows 10.” So without further discussion, Let’s move into the article.

Further Reading: How to Install Windows 10 on Your PC.

What is Safe Mode? 

Safe Mode is the diagnostic mode for your operating system. When your computer is in safe mode, only essential programs and services are running. This means you do not have access to third-party software or drivers. This will help you to find and fix problems in your operating system.

 

Boot from Recovery or Installation Media.

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If you can never boot into Windows (if you are stuck in an auto repair loop or get a blank screen when trying to open Windows), the best way to boot into safe mode is to use a prototype disk or your original Windows 10 installation disk. Once you have created your installation or recovery driver, insert it into your USB drive and restart your computer.If you do not have any of these, do not worry, they are both easy to make.

If you are using an installation driver, your computer will boot into the Windows Settings screen, then click “Next” and then “Repair your computer”.

 

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The USB drive should boot you to the Windows 10 startup menu. Here, click “Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> See more recovery options -> Start-up Settings -> Restart.” Your Windows 10 PC will reboot to a new blue screen called Startup Settings. Here, press the 4, 5, or 6 key, depending on which iteration of Safe Mode you want to enter into.

 

The Shift + Restart Method.

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If Windows starts (even the sign-in screen), then the quickest way to jump into Safety Mode is to probably use this method. Click the power button in Windows 10 (you can access it not only from the Start menu but also from the Windows sign-in screen – it’s easy if you can’t access Windows for any reason). Then hold down the Shift key while clicking on the “Restart” option.

This should start you off to the blue-screen start menu we talked about in the first tip. From here you can follow the instructions to access the Windows 10 Security Wall.

 

Through Windows Settings.

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Another way to boot into Safe Mode, which you can use from within Windows, is to go to Settings. Click “Update and Security”, then click “Restart Now” under the “Advanced Startup” heading.

This will take you from the first tip to the blue-screen start menu. Click “Troubleshooting -> Advanced Options -> See More Recovery Options -> Startup Settings -> Restart”. Once your computer has booted into boot settings, select the 4, 5, or 6 key depending on which version of security mode you want to use.

 

 

 

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