Safe mode is a boot option in which the operating system starts in diagnostic mode and not in normal mode. Can be used when there is a critical system problem that interferes with the normal operation of Windows. For example, removing persistent and difficult to uninstall software or faulty drivers and deleting malware are just some of the things that often require the use of Safe Mode.
In safe mode, Windows uses a generic VGA display driver instead of the driver that corresponds to the drivers on each graphics card, which means you'll probably only be working with 16 colors in low resolution. There are several ways to start Windows in safe mode, depending on the version of Windows you are using.
The normal way to enter Windows Safe Mode is to press the "F8" key repeatedly as the operating system starts, immediately after the BIOS or the manufacturer's boot screen, but the F8 key does not work in Windows 10 because the F8 boot menu has been removed to improve system boot time. You can reactivate the F8 boot key with "Safe Mode Launcher". However, keep in mind that not all computers use F8 in the same way.
Safe Mode Launcher has some useful features. If you enter Safe Mode through the software and restart the system, Windows automatically switches to normal mode. This option will save you from getting stuck in safe mode. Additionally, you can activate the hidden admin account with one click.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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