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How To Boot Windows 10 In Safe Mode


Feb. 17, 2020

If you’ve been using Windows 10 for a while, you might have found that pressing the F8 or SHIFT+F8 keys on your keyboard will no longer work when entering Safe Mode. Such strategies stopped working, as the start process for Windows 10 was quicker than ever before.
Starting your computer in Safe Mode is a simple way to diagnose common problems with your PC, including unwanted malware and programs that pose a security risk. In Windows 10, there are many ways to enter Safe Mode, whether you are booting up or restarting the system.
Here are all the ways you can start Windows 10 in Safe Mode:
Method#1Safe Mode With Boot Manager
To access your system’s Boot Manager, during the boot process, please press the key combination Ctrl+F8. To start your PC, select the appropriate Safe Mode.
Method#2 Safe Mode Using Shift + Restart
Hold Shift key and click Restart.
Now click the option Troubleshoot and then select Advanced options.
Then go to Advanced options and click Start-up Settings.
Now under Start-up Settings click Restart and you will find various boot options are displayed.
Select the relevant options for booting in Safe Mode are the numbers 4,5 or 6.
Select an option by pressing one of the numbers or function keys F4, F5 or F6.
Method#3Safe Mode with Command Prompt
In the Windows 10 serach box type CMD and then right click and select Run as administrator.
Copy and Paste the following into the Command Prompt window and press the enter key.
bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy
You should now be able to enter Safe Mode when restarting Windows 10 by pressing [F8].
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