Start windows 8, 8.1 or 10 into Safe Mode
Are you looking for a Trick to boot into Safe Mode in Windows
8 , 8.1 and Windows 10? Have you
tried pressing both F8 and Shift+F8 but they don't work?
That's because a lot of changed with the boot procedure in Windows 8 , 8.1 and
10. The boot has become so fast that it completely cannot be interrupted by any
of your key presses. Here are Trick in which you can boot into Safe
Mode, that not involve any special hacks or manual configuration.
Safe Mode in Windows 8 , 8.1 and 10
Safe Mode in Windows is not too different from the S M found
in previous versions of such Operating System.
The operating system still loads only the most basic drivers
and services, so it can display a minimal useful interface. The only difference
is that the minimum screen resolution used by S M has risen from 800x600 pixels to
2. Use Shift + Restart - works in Windows 8 ,
8.1 and 10
In this method press the Power button at the login screen. Then,
press and hold the SHIFT button on your keyboard and click Restart.
Then it asks you to choose an option. Press Troubleshoot Option and goto next step.
In this step, On Troubleshoot screen, press Advanced
options and goto next step.
In this step, the Advanced options screen, press Startup
Settings and goto next step.
I inform you that you are about to restart in order to change
several Window Startup options, including enabling Safe
Mode. Press Restart.
Your computer restarts and displays nine startup settings
along with numbers, including Safe Mode, S M with Networking and
S M with Command Prompt
Press the F4 button on your keyboard, to enable the Safe
Mode, F5 button to enable S M with Networking and F6 button to enable S
M with Command Prompt. Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 now boot according to
the setting you selected.
I hope you found this trick very useful. If you know other
ways you can make Windows 8 , 8.1 and10 boot into Safe
Mode, don't be hesitate to share them via the comments form below.
Many readers will find them useful.
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