Safe mode is considered as a basic troubleshooting option which limits windows option to primary stage. Now there are two different modes under which the computer can perform, Safe mode starts Windows with only core services and drivers while Safe mode with networking starts with core drivers plus networking support.
What Is Safe Mode?
Safe mode is an integral part of the Windows operation system. It allows their users to work in a safe environment while keeping check of the minimum required drivers and services running. This prevents the users from facing any kind of malware while working.
If one uses Windows 10 then for a while he might have noticed that the ancient ways of booting into safe mode no longer works, by which we mean that pressing the F8 or the shift+F8 keys on one’s keyboard while booting does not work. So, however, it doesn’t mean that the windows 10 does not has a safe mode. Its just that to get into the process one has to follow the procedures.
How To Resolve Booting Issues
One can boot into safe mode to solve safe mode booting issues by using the system configuration tool (msconfig.exe). it is considered one of the easiest ways. Many users know this tool by its executable name. To solve the same problem one can also use the Shift+Restart combination which is known for another way of getting into Safe mode in windows 10. The user can simply open the start menu and then click on the power button. There is another way by which safe mode booting issues can be solved, which is by using the settings app to access the recovery options. To get and solve safe mode booting issues in windows 10, one can use the recovery options which is available from the settings app then one may open settings and then head to Update & security section, and then one may notice the left side of the settings window, pressing Recovery. Then on the right side of the app in the Advanced startup section, click or tap to Restart now button. Afterwards one may have to follow troubleshoot-> advanced options -> Startup settings -> Restart.
Then press F4 in the keyboard to start in Safe mode and then press F5 to boot into safe mode with networking or pressing of button F6 to go into safe mode with command prompt. There are more four ways by which one can solve the safe mode booting issues. Booting from a recovery drive is another way to solve the mentioned problem, then using windows 10 installation drive and the command prompt is also another solution to this problem. Then the user can also interrupt the normal boot process of the windows 10 pc which occurs when the windows 10 fails over three times and the fourth time by default it enters in an automatic repair mode.
Using this mode, one can boot easily into safe mode. By using F8 or Shift+F8 the user can also get rid of the specified problem but this process does not work if the user is using UEFI BIOS & SSDsJust before Windows 10 starts loading so that the user can launch the recovery mode, from where the user can boot into safe mode. The problem which occurs most of the time is that many commands do not work at that time though they are the correct commands. If one has a modern PC with UEFI BIOS and a fast SSD drive then there is no way the user can interrupt the boot procedure.
So on conclusion, we can see that the Windows 10 is a fast operating system with a fast boot process which getting into safe mode might not work the way it used to get in older Windows operating systems, but the methods which are available over here are similar to the ones in Windows 8.1.