Windows 10 is latest Microsoft windows with new features and programs. As it is new Windows it may have some bugs in different versions. Latest versions of Windows 10 are bug free. If You are unable to login to Windows 10 due to any reason you should try to login through safe mode of windows. In This article I will explain you some methods how to login windows 10 safe mode.
Interrupt Windows 10 Startup Three Time
If Windows 10 fails to boot normally three times, the fourth time it enters by default is in Automatic Repair mode. With this mode, you can boot in safe mode. To turn on Auto Correct mode, you must interrupt the normal boot process three times in succession: Use the Reset or Power button on your Windows 10 computer to stop it during boot, before it finishes loading Windows 10. If you use The power button, you may have to hold it pressed for at least 4 seconds to turn off the power. When Windows 10 enters the Auto Repair Mode, the first thing you see is a screen telling you that the operating system is Auto Repair Setup.
After that, you may be asked to choose an account to continue. Choose an account with Administrator permissions and type its password. If you are not prompted for this information, go to the next step.
On the “Automatic Repair” screen, press the “Advanced options” button.
Then, choose Troubleshoot.
From now on, the steps you’ll follow are the same as the steps we showed in Method 1 of this guide. Follow the path “Advanced -> Startup Settings -> Restart.” Then, press the 4 key or F4 key on the keyboard in minimum safe mode, press 5 or F5 to boot to Safe Mode with Network, or press 6 or F6 to go to Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
Use F8 Or Shift+F8
In Windows 7, you can press F8 before loading Windows, to open the Advanced Boot Options window, where you can choose to start Windows 7 in Safe Mode. Some websites recommend pressing Shift + F8, before you start loading Windows 10 directly so that you can turn on recovery mode, where you can boot in safe mode. The problem is that most times, Shift + F8 and F8 do not work, although they are incorrect commands, supported by Windows 10.