Windows safe mode helps the user to diagnose and remove some if not all the problems prevailing in the system. It only allows a few system programs to run at the start-up. With the help of this diagnostic mode, you can remove scoundrel security software.
The purpose of disabling un-necessary system programs at the start-up is to help the user diagnose the error and fix them. In this article, we’ll show you how you can boot your Windows 10 into Safe Mode.
Boot Windows 10 into Safe Mode with Windows Configuration Tool
Follow the instructions given below to boot into Safe mode in Windows 10
- Tap or Click on Search menu on Taskbar and type “msconfig”. Click on the result to open System Configuration2. Click on the Boot tab in System Configuration and check the Safe Boot option given under Boot option
3. Four choices are given for safe boot, the minimal choice is most commonly used. Below are mentioned the details about other choices:
- Minimal: On startup, opens the Windows graphical user interface (File Explorer) in safe mode running only critical system services. Networking is disabled.
- Alternate shell: On startup, opens the Windows command prompt in safe mode running only critical system services. Networking and File Explorer are disabled.
- Active Directory repair: On startup, opens File Explorer in safe mode running critical system services and Active Directory.
- Network: On startup, opens File Explorer in safe mode running only critical system services. Networking is enabled.
- Click on OK, Windows will ask you to restart your PC. If you want to restart your PC at the moment, click on “Restart” or click on “Exit without Restart” if you don’t want to restart the system.
When you will restart your System, it will directly go into Safe mode.
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