Safe Mode In Windows
Safe Mode is a diagnostic startup mode in Windows that allows you to troubleshoot and fix problems on your computer. When you start your computer in Safe Mode, only the most essential programs and services are loaded, which can help you identify and fix problems that may be causing issues with your computer.
To start Windows in Safe Mode, you can follow these steps:
- Restart your computer and immediately start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard.
- When the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and press Enter.
In Safe Mode, the desktop background will be black, and all non-essential programs and services will be disabled. You’ll also see the words “Safe Mode” in all four corners of the screen.
You can exit Safe Mode by restarting your computer normally. When you restart your computer, it will boot into normal mode and all programs and services will be enabled again.
Note: The steps to enter Safe Mode may vary depending on your version of Windows. If the above steps don’t work, you can try looking up the specific steps for your version of Windows online or contacting customer support for assistance.