If you’re having trouble with your Windows 10 system, or if you just want to make sure that no malicious software is operating on your computer, starting Windows 10 in safe mode can help. In this blog post, we’ll look at how to boot Windows 10 into safe mode and what benefits it has to offer. Learn How to Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode?
How to Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode?
What Is Safe Mode?
Safe Mode is a special diagnostic mode in which only essential system services and drivers are loaded. This helps to isolate any problems that may be caused by third-party programs or services. When you start Windows 10 in Safe Mode, all nonessential applications and services are disabled, allowing you to troubleshoot any issues that may be present.
How to Boot Into Safe Mode
There are several ways you can boot into Safe Mode on a Windows 10 system. The most common method is as follows:
- Open the Start menu and click on the Power button.
- Hold down the Shift key while clicking Restart from the power options menu.
- You will now be presented with a blue screen with several options; choose Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings > Restart > Enable Safe Mode with Networking (or Enable Safe Mode if you don’t need an internet connection).
- After the restart process completes, you should now be in safe mode!
Note: If this method doesn’t work for you, there are other ways to start your computer in safe mode as well – consult Microsoft’s documentation for more information on these methods.
Benefits of Running Windows 10 in Safe Mode
1) Diagnose hardware problems – By running your computer in safe mode, you can determine whether or not any hardware conflicts are causing issues on your system by disabling all third-party hardware drivers and services that might be interfering with normal operation of your computer’s hardware devices.
2) Uninstall troublesome software – If there’s a piece of software that’s causing problems on your system, running it in safe mode can help you identify the issue and potentially uninstall it without any further issues occurring afterwards due to conflicting files or settings changes made by the software itself during its installation process
3) Troubleshoot startup errors – If your computer is experiencing errors during its startup process, running it in safe mode can help identify what processes or drivers are causing those errors so they can be disabled or removed from startup entirely if necessary.
4) Clean up viruses/malware – Lastly, running a virus scan while booted into safe mode can help identify and remove any malicious software that may have been installed without your knowledge (e.g., spyware/ransomware), thus helping protect your data from further damage caused by these malicious programs.
Starting up your computer in safe mode is an effective way to diagnose hardware problems, uninstall troublesome software, troubleshoot startup errors, and clean up viruses/malware infections, all of which can help keep your system running smoothly. Be sure to follow the steps outlined above carefully when attempting this process so as not to cause any further damage or disruption of service on your PC.