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Adding The Safe Mode Option To Windows 10 Boot Menu


Booting into Windows Safe Mode has been a quick tool for us Tech geeks when troubleshooting any issues with Windows computers. It’s a great tool because Safe Mode starts Windows with only limited set of files and drivers allow you to figure out what is wrong with your PC. Microsoft decided to make it very difficult within Windows 8 and Windows 10 to get to Safe Mode.

Step 1: Open up command prompt as an admin

Step 2: Type in the following commands:

bcdedit /copy {current} /d “BTNHD Windows 10 Safe Mode

bcdedit /copy {current} /d “BTNHD Windows 10 Safe Mode with Networking

bcdedit /copy {current} /d “BTNHD Windows 10 Safe Mode with Command Prompt

Step 3: Open up the run dialog box and type “msconfig

Step 4: Go into the Boot tab and configure the Safe Mode option to “Minimal

Step 5: Go the Safe Mode with Networking option and make sure to option is set to “Network

Step 6: Choose the last entry and make sure the option is set to “Alternate shell



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