- Safe mode will put your windows system into a primary state, with a limited number of drivers and files.
- Safe mode doesn’t resolve any issues. Instead, the safe mode allows you to safely pinpoint the problem and help troubleshoot any issues.
- If the issue doesn’t happen in safe mode, it isn’t related to drivers or default settings.
- Safe mode allows you to confine the source of a problem. Windows may sometimes accidentally boot into safe mode. We’ll show you how to fix this.
Types of safe modes
There are two basic types of safe modes:
1. Safe Mode: This mode opens Windows with a minimum number of drivers, programs, and services.
2. Safe Mode with Networking: This mode starts Windows operating system with network drivers and services that allows you to connect to the internet. This mode allows the use of a flash drive.
How to exit safe mode in Windows 11, if it accidently boots into safe mode?
Notice: You can exit the safe mode by restarting your device. If the restart fails, you can try these:
Step-1: Press the ‘Windows key + R.’
Step-2: Press ‘msconfig’ in the run box and click OK.
Step-3: Select the Boot tab in System Configuration Window.
Step-4: Under Boot options, clear the Safe boot checkbox. Next time when you restart your computer Windows will boot up normally without safe mode.
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