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Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, and Windows 2008
Requirements: Mac OS X High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Snow Leopard, Leopard, Mountain Lion, and Lion
Logging into Windows using Safe Mode will help you in fixing many problems. Generally, people log into Windows in Safe Mode when there is a booting problem. It loads only basic files and drivers that are required to start your Windows. In Windows 10, entering Safe Mode is different when compared to other versions of Windows OS. There are 3 different Safe Mode options-
There are many ways to start Windows 10 in Safe Mode. Here we are going to show you all the methods-
Way #1: Using System Configuration Tool
To open System Configuration, open Run window, and type msconfig. Or else go to search field and type “System Configuration”. Once you open System Configuration window, do as follows
Way #2: Using Recovery Options
Way #3: Using Shift + Restart button
Way #4: Using Recovery Drive
If you have a recovery drive, then you can use it to boot into your Windows 10 drive. Here are the steps to enter into Safe Mode using the Recovery Drive.
Way #5: Intruding Boot Process
When Windows automatically enters an Automatic Repair Mode, select Advanced options followed by “Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> Startup Settings -> Restart.”. Then, use 4 or F4 to enter into Safe Mode.
Way #6: Using Windows Installer Disc
If you are unable to boot into Windows 10 using Safe Mode and nothing works for you, then use the My File Recovery tool to restore data from unbootable Windows 10 drive. My File Recovery tool also comes handy to restore data from unmountable Windows drives as well as Mac drives. Apart from this, the tool can also be used for recovering files from emptied Trash and Recycle Bin folder. The tool comes to your rescue in many data loss situations.