If you are looking for a way to start Windows Laptop or Desktop in Safe Mode, you can find below different ways to Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode.
Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode
When you start Windows 10 computer in Safe Mode, it starts up in its most basic state, using only the most essential system files and drivers required to boot the computer.
This allows you to troubleshoot problems on your device by identifying the App, Program or the most recent change that is causing problems on your device.
If you are already logged-in, you can Start your computer in Safe Mode by using Settings and Run Command. If you are unable to login, Windows provides the option to Start in Safe Mode from the login screen.
1. Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode Using Settings
Go to Settings > Update & Security > select the Recovery tab in left-pane. In the right-pane, scroll down to “Advanced Startup” section and click on Restart Now button.
After the computer starts in recovery mode, click on the Troubleshoot option.
From the Troubleshoot screen, navigate to Advanced options > Startup Settings and click on the Restart button.
After the computer restarts, press the F4 key to Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode.
2. Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode Using Run Command
Right click on the Start button and click on the Run. On the Run Command Window, type msconfig and click on OK.
On the next screen, switch to Boot tab and select Safe Boot with Minimal option and click on OK.
On the pop-up, click on Restart to start the process of Booting your Computer in Safe Mode.
When the computer restarts, it will be in Safe Mode with a dark background and you will see the words “Safe Mode” on four corners of the screen.
3. Enter Safe Mode from Login Screen
It is possible to Enable Safe Mode on your computer right from the Login screen, without the need to Login to your User Account.
Press and Hold Down the Shift Key on the keyboard of your computer and click on Restart. Continue holding the Shift key, until you see the computer restarting.
When your computer restarts, click on the Troubleshoot option.
From the Troubleshoot screen, navigate to Advanced Options > Startup Settings > on the next screen, click on the Restart button.
On the next screen, press the F4 Key to start your computer in Safe Mode.
As you can see from above image, you can boot your computer in Safe Mode with Networking and Safe Mode with Command Prompt option by pressing F5 and F6 keys.