How to boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode

If you are using Windows 10 for a period of time, you may notice that pressing the F8 or SHIFT + F8 key on your keyboard to enter Safe Mode no longer works. This method stops working because the procedure to start Windows 10 is faster than before. However, this does not mean that Windows 10 does not contain Safe mode. Just to do this you need to follow another procedure. Here are all the ways you can run Windows 10 in Safe mode:

First, the video plays Windows 10 in safe mode
When you boot in Safe Mode on Windows 10, the operating system loads the minimum user interface, providing only the services and drivers necessary to work. This mode makes it easy to fix problems because it does not load things that can cause Windows to crash.

If you want to know all the methods you can use to start Windows 10 in Safe Mode, read this tutorial to the end. First, we discuss what to do when you can not access Windows 10, and then what you can do when you log on to Windows 10. If you can not access Windows 10, read Methods 1 through 4. If you can log on to Windows 10, read routes 5 through 7. Method 8 works only on computers with older devices.

1. Use "Shift + Restart" on the Windows 10 Enter screen
If you can not access Windows 10, but you can enter the Enter screen, press and hold the SHIFT key on the keyboard. While holding down this button, click or press the play button, and on the menu that opens, click Restart.

Restart Windows 10 and ask you to choose the option. Select Troubleshooting.
On the Troubleshooting screen, open Advanced.
In the Advanced Options screen, select Startup Settings. According to your Windows 10-based computer, you may not see this option at first. If not, click or click the link that says "See other recovery options."

Finally, click or click the Startup Settings option.

Windows 10 says that you can restart your device to change advanced boot options, including activating safe mode. Press Restart. After Windows 10 starts again, you can choose the boot option that you want to activate. To access safe mode, you have three different options:

Standard Safe Mode - Press the 4 or F4 button on the keyboard to start
Safe mode with networks - Press 5 or F5
Safe Mode with Command Prompt - Press 6 or F6

Enter Windows 10 Safe Mode by using a user account that has Administrator permissions, and make the changes that you want.

2. Interfere with the normal boot process for Windows 10 three times in a row
If Windows 10 fails to run normally three times, the fourth time it enters by default is in automatic repair mode. With this mode, you can boot in safe mode. To turn on auto-repair mode, you must stop the normal boot process three times in succession: Use the reset or power button on your Windows 10 computer to stop it during boot, before you finish loading Windows 10. If you use the power button, You need to keep pressing it. At least 4 seconds to turn off the power. When Windows 10 enters Auto Repair mode, the first thing you see is a screen telling you that the operating system is "Auto Repair Setup."

After that, you may be asked to choose an account to continue. Select the account that has administrator permissions, and then type the password. If you are not prompted for this information, go to the next step.
Wait until Windows 10 tries to perform an automatic diagnosis of your computer.
In the "Auto Repair" screen, press the "Advanced options" button.
Then, choose Troubleshooting.

From now on, the steps to be taken are the same as the steps we demonstrated in the first method of this guide. Follow the path "Advanced -> Startup Settings -> Restart." Then, press button 4 or F4 to boot your keyboard to Safe Mode at a minimum, press 5 or F5 to boot in Safe Mode with Networks, or press 6 or F6 to enter Safe Mode with Command Prompt, .

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