How to Start Windows 10 Safe Mode
After fire up the Windows 10 Safe Mode feature you can work only with some drivers and files. It possibly could help you with any problems in Windows 10. After the start Windows 10 in Safe Mode you will see if the problem you have causing some internal settings or some external drivers, because Safe Mode is running in default settings like your computer just arrived from factory.
How to boot safe mode for Windows 10 by configuration tool
- Classic default Safe Mode
- Safe Mode with Network (This is different by this that it has also the network drivers and other things you need for internet access)
- Firstly you will need to click on Start button and open the internal Settings of your Windows 10. If you can’t find it, you can use the search box in the bottom of page also called cortana search box and write there what are you looking for.
- After that choose Security and Update -> Option for Recovery.
- Click on Advanced boot-up and choose the option with “Restart right now”.
- Wait a while when the PC will finish the restart and choose in option the troubleshooter -> more advance options -> Settings of boot-up -> Restart.
- After the restart, you will see a menu of a few options. Tap on F4 to start your computer in Windows 10 Safe Mode. If you want to start the second version of Safe Mode with Network, you will need to tap F5.
Check out also our article how to get help with file explorer in Windows 10 !
How to start Windows 10 Safe Mode from log-in screen
- Firstly, you will need to reboot your computer. When you come to the log-in screen, tab the Shift of your keybord while you are selecting the “Power” icon -> after that click on “reboot or restart”
- After it will reboot, you will see the options. Follow the same principle like above. Troubleshooter -> Advance options -> Boot-up settings -> Restart
- After the reboot you will see a bunch of options for you same as above. F4 is for starting the classic Safe Mode and F5 is for starting the Safe Mode Networking version.